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Re: Is there a screencapture utility?

On Wed, 14 Sep 2005 23:51:50 -0500
Ron used the keyboard to craft this:

  >|On Thu, 2005-09-15 at 00:16 +0000, bmward@inet.net.nz 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
  >|> 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
  >|> 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...
  >|Ron Johnson, Jr.
  >|Temporarily not of Jefferson, LA USA
  >|PGP Key ID 8834C06B I prefer encrypted mail.
  >|"Would you mind not firing on the thermonuclear weapons?"
  >|A great line, from a *great* movie: Broken Arrow

The Gimp is good at that as well, and you can edit it straight away.

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