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How to use asp.net, save a rolling layer as a picture.
Note: Scroll layer is very long, which includes images and buttons and text boxes.
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I mean, if you want screenshots of your browser and it takes up more room than the screen, you need to set the scroll position to get screenshots of the parts, then use those parts to make the one big image you need.
   
ASP.NET can't really do that, because the objects don't exist on the server, and you can't save a picture on the client. Either way, the best way to do this, is to control a browser control and take screenshots of it and stitch them together.
   
Thank you very much response. Do you mean a few pictures within a picture synthesis
   
Thank you. Master. I am looking for a long time do not have a suitable source of information. Can you let me point source studies.
   
My solution is, first floor is divided into a few pages, the page is saved as image, and then combined in a picture.
Only for your reference.
   

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