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use "print screen" ("Prt Scr") and then paste it into a program like paint.

 

Edit: be warned though - it may turn out quite dark.

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If they're dark just use a graphic editor to lighten them up a bit.

Also, hitting print screen (us pc version anyway) the game will save them to the program files/lucasarts/swkotor2 folder as a sequentially numbered .tga file. Thus you can wait until after you're done playing to view/edit them all.

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You might have one of those versions where you may have to enable screenshots (set it to '1') in the swkotor2.ini file, located in the default game install directory.

 

P.S. The problem w/stuff like Fraps too is that I think you get their logo on every image if you don't want to pay for it...or amybe that's just on Hypersnap...I get them mixed up.

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I love Fraps for movies...but I haven't liked it for screenshots. I like Hypersnap much better. Just personal preference.

 

Edit city tonight - they're both safe, as long as you get them from their official sites.

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