Difference between CpatureEntireScreenshot and CaptureScreenShot

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What is the difference between CpatureEntireScreenshot and CaptureScreenShot? Please help.
Feb 9, 2019 in Selenium by Suresh
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CaptureEntireScreenshot will capture the screenshot of the current window and save it to a png file.

CaptureScreenshot will capture the entire window screenshot and save it to a png file.

This is the major difference between the two.
answered Feb 11, 2019 by Daniel

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