KEYMACRO is an advanced Windows utility that captures screen shots using keyboard shortcuts. It will capture anything on your desktop and save it as an image. You can also capture the contents of a window and save that as an image. You can choose to record the desktop or a specific window and choose from different picture sizes and file types. You can also include text and icons in your capture and adjust the image quality.
Keyboard shortcuts capture can be used to create custom desktop and application shortcuts in a mouse-free environment.
For example, you could create a keyboard shortcut to print a document by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+P.
KEYMACRO allows you to capture a region of your screen or screen capture in one shot. This can be used to create an image that you could share via an email or to save screen captures to an image file.
KEYMACRO captures any area of your screen to an image file. It includes the whole desktop, a specific window, text in a window or even a screenshot of a YouTube video. You can adjust the size of the captured area and choose whether to automatically save the image in different formats.
You can also specify the file size and compression format. A preview window will show how the captured image will look.

KEYMACRO is designed for Windows users. It is not an alternative to an screencasting tool.

Captures the entire screen, the entire window or an area of the desktop as a specified image file.
Captures the entire desktop or specified window as a specified image file.
Captures images and text from YouTube videos, streaming sites and also recorded video files.
You can easily record your YouTube videos and record your favorite video sites.
You can record the entire desktop or specified area, specify the size and compression formats.
You can also take a screenshot and save it as an image file.
Works with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.
Automatic image rotation.
Screen Capture, Window Capture, Capture specified region, Save image as picture, Save image as Icon.
You can also choose to save the picture as picture, save the picture as an icon, capture the entire desktop, capture the specified window and capture the specified region.
You can adjust the size of the captured area.
Specify the File Sizes (PNG, JPG, BMP, GIF, WMF, TIF) and Compression formats (LZW, ZIP, PPM). 4f8c9c8613

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Key Macro for AutoCAD 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014. It works on any system where Autodesk CAD Toolbox is installed.
Key Macro adds a shortcut for the Autodesk CAD command. You can open the Autodesk CAD toolbar, select the command, the size and shape of the window, and specify the command to use.Q:

F# Variable Binding Typed Anonymous Record

I’m trying to bind a set of functions (or functions that can be turned into functions) to a typed record, like so:
type Data = { Name : string; Age : int }
type People = { Age : int }

let (^f) = (function
| { Name = n } -> Some n
| { Age } -> None)

let people (^g) = (function
| { Age = a } -> Some a
| _ -> None)

let convert = {
Name = f; Age = g;

let people = convert People.f g

let peopleList = people [1..10]

This works. But if I try to make convert a typed anonymous record, it doesn’t work. I get a message saying: “No overload for function “people” matches delegate “Some”. The type of the record variable is “people”, not a delegate of type “Some”.
How can I bind this kind of function to a record?


This is the same problem as with closures in Javascript: you can pass a function that is parameterless to a variable or a method, but you cannot pass it to a lambda.
I suggest using pattern matching:
let convert (x: { Name = n; Age = a }) = { n; a }
let people (x: { Age = a }) = Some a

Or if you want it to be purely functional:
let (^f) = {
| { Name = n } -> Some n
| { Age } -> None

let (^g) = {
| { Age = a } -> Some a
| _ -> None