Screenshot of background apps current state

by Breezy » Thu, 28 Jan 2010 11:49:38 GMT


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 Okay, I can obtain a list of apps running in the background...  like a
task manager.  But now I want to take a screen shot of the app and
what state it's currently in.  Is this possible?

For example, I want to display a screenshot of an email if gmail is
opened in the background and has an email open.  Is this possible?

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