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Ing-gí Wikipedia Screenshote ê tiâu-bo̍k toh-bīn pán-ia̍h, teh 2019-nî 1-gue̍h tshe-2 ê îng-bōo tse̍t-tôo.
Tiān-náu îng-bōo tse̽t-tôo hián-sī.

Screenshot (îng-bōo tse̽t-tôo, tse̽t-tôo, îng-bōo tse̍t-tshú uē-bīn; ing-gú: screenshot, screen capture hi̍k-tsiá screen grab) sī uì tēn-náu tse̍t-tshú ê hén-sī teh îng-bōo ia̍h-sī kî-thañ hén-sī siet-pī tíng-kuân ê sī-kak iáñ-siōng.[1] It-puañ tse̍t-tôo e-sai iû tshau-tsok hē-thóng ia̍h-sī tsuan-iōng ê tsẻt-tôo nńg-thé tse̍t-tshu, mā ē-sái lī-iōng guā-pōo siet-pī pí-lû sòo-uī hip-siòng-ki (digital camera) lâi liap-iáñ. Tse̍t-tôo mā hun tsīng-thài tsẻt-tôo kah tōng-thài tse̍t-tôo; tsīng-thài tsẻt-tôo ē-sái tit-tio̍h tsi̍t-ê tiám-tīn-tôo tóng-àn, pí-lû BMP, PNG, JPEG. Koh-lâi, teh tōng-thài tsẻt ē-sái tit-tio̍h tōng-thài ê GIF tôo-phìñ, ia̍h-sī tsi̍t-tuān iáñ-phìñ tóng-àn. Tsẻt-tôo ê bo̍k-tik it-puañ lâi-kóng sī uî-tio̍h tén-sī bóo-tsióng tsōng-thài hā ê tîng-sū kài-bīn tôo-sī, ia̍h-sī thong-sìn nńg-thé tiong bûn-gī tuì-uē ê lāi-iông, iû-hì tiûñ-kíng ê tíng-tíng.

Tse̽t-tôo ki-khá[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

Sòo-uī ki-su̍t[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

Tē-it ê îng-bōo tse̽t-tôo sī tī 1960-nî tsó-iū sú-iōng tē-it tâi kau-hōo-sik tiān-náu tíng-kuân sóo tshòng-kiàn ê.[2]

Tsù-kái[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

  1. North, Lauren. "What Is A Screenshot?". TechSmith. 19 February 2021 khòaⁿ--ê.  (Eng-gí)
  2. Matthew Allen (November–December 2016). "Representing Computer-Aided Design: Screenshots and the Interactive Computer circa 1960". Perspectives on Science. 8 January 2017 khòaⁿ--ê. 

Tsham-ua̍t[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

  • Sò͘-ūi siòng-ki (sòo-uī siòng-ki, sòo-uī hip-siòng-ki; sòo-má hip-siòng-ki, sòo-má siòng-ki; eng-gí: digital camera; hàn-gí: 數位相機, 數碼相機)

Guā-pōo lên-ket[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]