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Here is the guide how to take screenshots in the game. There is a way to do it with or without third party programs.

1. When you press "Print Screen" button on your keyboard, screenshot is taken and stored in "C:\ProgramData\Enkord\Totem Tribe 2\Screenshots" - you can take it from there and upload to any file sharing site and post a link. The folder Screenshots is created there once you press PrintScreen at least once in the game and at least one screenshot is created. C:\ProgramData is hidden folder so you might need to enable showing hidden files and folders on Windows. Unfortunately this method does not work on some laptops.

2. Another way is pressing "Print Screen" and afterwards opening Paint and pasting image and then saving it and uploading to your file sharing service of choice (dropbox, google drive, etc) and posting a link. This might now work on some laptops too.

3. Third method might be the easiest for some people - to make and upload screenshots promptly is to use this program:

www.clip2net.com

Use FREE account, no need to purchase premium one.

Alternatively if you already have made the screenshot, you can upload it to image hosting websites like imgur.com or tinypic.com

Edited by berserker 2 years ago.

4 years ago

I am getting emails from droplr that says the free version will not be available in a couple of weeks, just so you know

4 years ago

Had no idea about that, thanks. So if anyone can suggest alternative convenient and free screenshot program - post here.

Edited by berserker 4 years ago.

4 years ago

Updated the description to point on different free program.

4 years ago

it work windows xp? 

4 years ago

Reply to berserker :

Here is the guide how to take screenshots in the game. There is a way to do it with or without third party programs.

1. When you press "Print Screen" button on your keyboard, screenshot is taken and stored in "C:\ProgramData\Enkord\Totem Tribe 2\Screenshots" - you can take it from there and upload to any file sharing site and post a link. The folder Screenshots is created there once you press PrintScreen at least once in the game and at least one screenshot is created. C:\ProgramData is hidden folder so you might need to enable showing hidden files and folders on Windows. Unfortunately this method does not work on some laptops.

2. Another way is pressing "Print Screen" and afterwards opening Paint and pasting image and then saving it and uploading to your file sharing service of choice (dropbox, google drive, etc) and posting a link. This might now work on some laptops too.

3. Third method might be the easiest for some people - to make and upload screenshots promptly is to use this program:

www.clip2net.com

Use FREE account, no need to purchase premium one.

Reviving these instructions

4 years ago

Was it necessary to revive? I see this thread is sticky so must be visible anyway. Was it burried when you looked for it?.

4 years ago

I searched for "screen shot" so I do not find it.  Thanks

4 years ago

Reply to berserker :

Was it necessary to revive? I see this thread is sticky so must be visible anyway. Was it burried when you looked for it?.

I didn't see it easily but am on my I phone. So maybe it was there

4 years ago

Reply to berserker :

Had no idea about that, thanks. So if anyone can suggest alternative convenient and free screenshot program - post here.

Lightshot is free or snipping tool....google either and download they are easier.

4 years ago

I've done <Shif+PrtScr> multiple times in the game, and <SysRq> (the same key unShifted) just now, but my C:\ProgramData\Enkord\Totem Tribe 2\Screenshots is empty.

3 years ago

Reply to OldGeorge :

I've done <Shif+PrtScr> multiple times in the game, and <SysRq> (the same key unShifted) just now, but my C:\ProgramData\Enkord\Totem Tribe 2\Screenshots is empty.

If you are using windows 8 the screenshot is in the pictures/screenshot folder. Plus it only seems to work if the game is in windowed mode and not full screen.

3 years ago

For some reason that feature might not work on some laptops/windows configurations. We have never figured out why because we haven't been able to reproduce it here on our machines.

3 years ago

also with windows 8 use the windows button + prt sc

3 years ago

Either <Shift+PrtScr> or <Windows+PrtScr> works fine for me here in the browser, in at least one other game, and probably elsewhere. But since I acquired my new computer w/ Windows 8.1, in any Totem Tribe game screen either produces a plain black result!

It may be relevant that when I'm going thru the <Alt+Tab> sequence, the thumbnail w/ the Totem Tribe icon in the corner also displays unrelieved black, unlike any other thumbnail, no matter whether I'm in the world map, a town map, the Reports screen, an individual report, or presumably anything else.

Can someone more knowledgeable than I tell me if there's a setting I can change? Or just help me formulate the most useful question(s) to ask my vendor's "Geek Squad" on this subject?

Thanks in advance!

Edited by OldGeorge 3 years ago.

3 years ago

Reply to OldGeorge :

Either <Shift+PrtScr> or <Windows+PrtScr> works fine for me here in the browser, in at least one other game, and probably elsewhere. But since I acquired my new computer w/ Windows 8.1, in any Totem Tribe game screen either produces a plain black result!

It may be relevant that when I'm going thru the <Alt+Tab> sequence, the thumbnail w/ the Totem Tribe icon in the corner also displays unrelieved black, unlike any other thumbnail, no matter whether I'm in the world map, a town map, the Reports screen, an individual report, or presumably anything else.

Can someone more knowledgeable than I tell me if there's a setting I can change? Or just help me formulate the most useful question(s) to ask my vendor's "Geek Squad" on this subject?

Thanks in advance!

Do you have the game windowed? It is the only way I can get it to work on my windows 8 machine.

Then I can use windows+prt sc to take a screen shot and it will be in the pictures/screenshot folder, or I can use the alt+prt sc to take a copy of the active window and paste it into paint

Edited by Tuey 3 years ago. Reason: clarification

3 years ago

Tuey, that works--and I almost can't tell it's windowed.

Score another one for you, amiga!

Edited by OldGeorge 3 years ago.

3 years ago

To switch between fullscreen/windowed fast you can press Alt+Enter

3 years ago

VERY helpful, berserker. I'm finding that I don't want to use windowed for most purposes because the edges disappear.

3 years ago

Unfortunately, the workaround no longer works quite as well.

After the update, when I switched from full-screen to windowed my game partly disappeared off the top left corner of my screen and the window refused to move, with <Alt+Space> not producing a drop-down with a Move option, nor my pointer by getting hold of the window. Therefore, as shown in http://tinypic.com/r/wgrbwj/8 the left side of the display and the first (and in this case only) line of the dialog was unavailable.

The workaround turns out to be setting a resolution more compatible with a window, in my case 1366 x 768. Not as pleasant, but functional.

Edited by OldGeorge 3 years ago.

3 years ago