Visual Settings

Options:

Enable Screenshots Capturing

After checking this option, Beyond Keylogger will capture screenshots.
This will allow you to look at the screens that the user activated, like e-mails he read or photos/movies he watched.

Take screenshot every X minutes and Y seconds.
You can set the capturing interval time.
The Keylogger will take a screenshot every X minutes and Y seconds.
You can combine this option with the "Capture screen on every mouse click or "Enter" key" option.

Capture screen on every mouse click or "Enter" key.
After checking this box, the Keylogger will take a screenshot on every mouse click or "Enter" key.
You can combine this option with the "Take screenshot every X minutes and Y seconds" option.

Pause screenshots capturing when system is idle for X minutes.

Here you can set the Keylogger to stop taking screenshots when the computer is in Idle mode for X minutes,
(I.E. now mouse movement or typed keystrokes).
This option is significant only if you checked the "Take screenshot every X minutes and Y seconds" option.
As soon as the Keylogger detects a mouse movement or typed keys, the screenshots surveillance will continue.

Image quality.

Here you can set the quality of screenshots.
You can also save space by decreasing the image's quality in the above scrollbar.

Reduce image dimensions by X %.

Here you can set the dimensions of screenshots.
You can save space by reducing the image dimensions.

Enable capturing of semi transparent windows.

Here you can enable capturing of semi transparent windows.
If you enable this option and you have a poor Display Card, the mouse cursor may starts flickering each time the Keylogger takes a screenshot.
If that happens, all you need to do is to change the Hardware Acceleration Slider to "Full".
To get the Hardware Acceleration Slider:
Press the Start Button->Control Panel->Display->Settings Tab->Advanced Button->Troubleshoot Tab.
Or Click with the right mouse button on your desktop->Properties/Personalize->Display->Settings Tab->Advanced Button->Troubleshoot Tab.
In rare cases setting the Hardware Acceleration Slider to "None" will solve the problem.

Enable screenshots filtering.

Here you can set the Keylogger to filter wanted programs from the Visual Surveillance

Do not take screenshots when a program in the list has the focus.
If you select this option, the Keylogger will capture images only if the program that has the focus is not included in the filter list.
For Example, if you chose to include the program "ABC" in the list, then the Keylogger will only take screenshots when program "ABC" does not have the focus.
If program "ABC" has the focus, the Keylogger will not take screenshot of it (even if the 'Capture screen on every mouse click or "Enter" key' is selected and you click that program.

Take screenshots only when a program in the list has the focus.
If you select this option, the Keylogger will capture images only if the program that has the focus is included in the filter list.
For Example, if you chose to include the program "ABC" in the list, then the Keylogger will only take screenshots when program "ABC" has the focus.
If another program has the focus, the Keylogger will not take screenshot of it (even if the 'Capture screen on every mouse click or "Enter" key' is selected and you click that program.

To add a program to the filter list, press the [+] button and select the wanted application you want to add.
To remove a program from the filter list, select the wanted entry in the list and press the [-] button.
To tell the Keylogger to ignore a program that is found in the filter list, just uncheck it.

(Unchecking an item from the list causes the Keylogger to ignore it.
Until you recheck that item, the Keylogger will not take it into consideration).

Take a screenshot when one of these keywords is typed (Each word in a new line)

Here you can set the Keylogger to take a screenshot when one of the defined
keywords/phrases is typed.
This option is an addition to the "Take screenshot every X minutes and Y seconds" and to the "Capture screen on every mouse click or 'Enter' key" options.
(You can get to this option by pressing the "Next visual settings screen" label
in Visual Settings screen).

Capture Full Screen (Take screenshots of the entire Windows desktop).

Set the Keylogger to Capture the Full Screen (whole desktop screen) on each time it takes a screenshot.
(You can get to this option by pressing the "Next visual settings screen" label
in Visual Settings screen).

Capture the active window (Take screenshots of active window only).

Set the Keylogger to Capture the active window ONLY (the window that has focus) on each time it takes a screenshot.
This option can save you Disk space since only the active window is captured.
(You can get to this option by pressing the "Next visual settings screen" label
in Visual Settings screen).

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