I'm using a PicoScope an getting some anomalies when trying to capture images. There seem to be 3 issues:
- Image clipping
- Additional background
- Waiting for data displayed erronously
I've attached a compressed archive with 2 sets of files - one set for the PicoScope window positioned on the scaled and unscaled monitors. [There's a little post-capture redaction, in red.] Each set includes the following files:
- an image created using the PicoScope Edit | Copy As Image menu option (and then pasted into MS Paint and saved)
- an image created using the PicoScope Edit | Copy Entire Window As Image menu option
- an Image captured with the Snip & Sketch application, using the "window" option
For the scaled display, the images captured using the Edit | Copy Entire Window As Image menu option in PicoScope are clipped to the right and bottom. The differences in images sizes seems to be correlated to the display scaling level.
Additional background issue
Images captured using the Edit | Copy Entire Window As Image menu option in PicoScope capture a border of the background to the left, right, and bottom. I'd speculate that the the issue is that there isn't the correct allowance for window borders, since the style changes in Windows 10 have reduced the border widths.
Waiting for data issue
Images captured using the Edit | Copy As Image menu option in PicoScope include "Waiting for data..." elements that aren't visible in the normal window. I note that the window is actually showing data from an opened file. However, the "live" capture is indeed waiting for data. Given that this wasn't visible on the PicoScope window, it would seem a bug that the information from the live capture is included in the image.
The system information reported by the PicoScope software is as follows:
PicoScope® 6 - PC Oscilloscope software version: 22.214.171.12493
Copyright © 1995-2019, Pico Technology Ltd.
Model: PicoScope 3406D MSO
Serial Number: CU996/036
USB Version: 3.0
Calibration Date: 18 December 2015
Hardware Version: 1
Driver Version: 126.96.36.1991
Firmware Version: 188.8.131.52 / 184.108.40.206
Hope this helps,