JSesh is used and supported by the IFAO .
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Depending on what you need a glyph-or-more for, and if you are having problems (or) just want a simple graphic, one old workaround is to simply press your keyboard's Print Screen [PrtSc] key to copy your entire PC's current screen to Windows Clipboard. If you only want an open "window" on-screen (i.e., a running program's screen) like JSesh itself, press [Alt] + [PrtSc]. Next up, open your favourite image editor application, e.g., Adobe Photoshop, MS Photo Editor (etc.), and click [Edit, Paste] or [Edit, Paste Special]. NB: With some apps you may first have to click [File, New] to create an empty "canvas" workspace, then paste the Clipboard's content into it. If your image is cropped off somewhere, start again [File, New] with a larger dimension canvas. Et voila!, all you have to do in your image editor app is to tidy-up and crop the graphic from there (even apply some special effects, if desired) and save it accordingly. It is better than nothing.