Re: Is there a screencapture utility?
Ron Johnson wrote:
As Kent West said, use imagemagick's 'import', it'll grab either a
random selection (click and drag a selection box), the whole screen
(import -window root outfile.jpg), or a single window (focus the window
after you run import)
On Thu, 2005-09-15 at 00:16 +0000, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I'm running sarge/GNOME. I'd like an ability to capture portions of a screen
(part of a window preferably). Is there something which will do that?
I am aware of the GNOME applet (but that doesn't seem to capture a window) and
of GIMP (which doesn't completely meet my needs either).
What bothers me is that I thought I had that ability in the woody installation
which I 'upgraded' to sarge, getting GNOME 2.x!
GNOME 2.8 has "Take Screenshot..." right on the drop-down "Foot"
After you've taken the screenshot, edit it GIMP to pull out only
the window you want.
Now, a "windowshot" utility would be so useful...