1. coryteague's Avatar
    Just wanted to remind everyone and hopefully help some of you out with how to quickly take a screen shot on the Infinity.

    Normally, you can hold Power + Vol. Down which works just fine! But, if you look in:

    Settings > ASUS customized setting > Screenshot

    you will see an option to long press the Recent Apps Key to take a screenshot!
    08-13-2012 12:48 PM
  2. Green_Laser's Avatar
    Good reminder, plus for those with the keyboard docks, there's a button at the top, by the enable/disable track pad button area, that top row, dedicated button for it.


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    08-13-2012 01:20 PM
  3. MARQUISMARC's Avatar
    Thanks for the tip, learned something today.

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    08-13-2012 06:54 PM
  4. cg1492's Avatar
    Just wanted to remind everyone and hopefully help some of you out with how to quickly take a screen shot on the Infinity.

    Normally, you can hold Power + Vol. Down which works just fine! But, if you look in:

    Settings > ASUS customized setting > Screenshot

    you will see an option to long press the Recent Apps Key to take a screenshot!
    Stupid question, which button is the recent app key?
    08-17-2012 01:00 PM
  5. Green_Laser's Avatar
    Accidental Double post.

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    08-18-2012 09:57 AM
  6. Green_Laser's Avatar
    Stupid question, which button is the recent app key?
    Looks like two outlined rectangles, one on top of other, it's the third on screen key button from the bottom left of the screen by the back and home button. Basically the button you press when switching between apps you have open.

    You basically enable that feature in the settings so that when you press it for a few secs it takes a snapshot of the screen.

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    08-18-2012 10:00 AM
  7. cg1492's Avatar
    Looks like two outlined rectangles, one on top of other, it's the third on screen key button from the bottom left of the screen by the back and home button. Basically the button you press when switching between apps you have open.

    You basically enable that feature in the settings so that when you press it for a few secs it takes a snapshot of the screen.

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    Thank you, yes I know that button but didn't know it's official name.
    08-19-2012 09:23 PM
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