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illustrator cursor capturing help

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Hi there!
I've been looking for hours now to find a freeware that will make a screenshot of the different illustrator cursors for a tutorial I'm wanting to write.
grab only offers it's preferences, terminal won't open my screenshots and instantshoot! doesn't even depict a cursor when taken in illustrator. there must be some program out there to make a screenshot of these cursors!
a little help please!
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and little snapper doesn't capture all the cursors... neither does skitch...
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