Simple take your memories as screen shots rather than KI pictures.
ignore red [alt] in following line my bad. It still works with the [Alt] it's just not required. DOH!
Assuming you are PC based press[Alt] [PrintScreen] do [Alt][Tab] open a graphics package [Ctrl][v] this will paste your screen shot crop whatever then save as required. [Alt][Tab] return to game.
I use Paint Shop Pro 6 (an old package low memory overhead) I leave it open in the background capture paste and swap back I find I can have about 30 images open and I can go back and edit and use [save as] re-naming later I can also use the batch process to change format to PNG or JPEG or whatever.
If you want to see the results visit Nilodnam there's a whole gallery of images captured just this way and pasted back into an age.
Last edited by J'Kla on Wed Jun 22, 2011 3:18 pm, edited 1 time in total.
For pictures, you should also look for a folder named "Uru Live" in "My files" (or something like that). There should also be the chatlogs. I'm not sure where you'll find it on Windows 7. I don't know anything about Drizzle however
If you go to Deep Island in the restoration ages there’s an age called Nilodnam this is a gallery that uses the corridor system I built for Enobmort. The system is a long convoluted loop if you climb the ladder at the login point and follow the corridor it passes an image from each of the Fan ages as available a the time I wrote the age.
This eventually reaches a section that includes images from field trips to Cyan ages now all of these were gathered using screen shots then embedded into this age.
At the time of writing it was easy for me to update as Dunstan did the leg work.
Ok this is not MOULa and it’s a fairly long winded way of sharing images gathered from Uru but Deep Island is a shared instance of Uru with fan ages and if you go look you will see that it’s possible to share images taken as screenshots.
if you go the other way you view the field trip pictures first. There's a block in the middle thats repeats of AhraPhat these are just dummy holding images for future pictures.