How to use Gnome Screenshot

Are you vexed by gnome screenshot? Every time you press “PrintScreen” key the gui always pops up, or even saves the images without copying it to the clipboard. It’s over now! Come and learn to use gnome screenshot the right way!

Shortcut key combinations for gnome screenshot app:

  • PrintScreen — Takes a screenshot of your entire desktop and saves it to the Pictures folder.
  • Alt + PrintScreen — Saves a screenshot of the focused window to the Pictures Folder
  • Shift + PrintScreen — Lets you select an area of the screen, and saves to the Pictures Folder
  • Ctrl + PrintScreen — Takes a screenshot of your entire desktop and copies it to the clipboard.
  • Ctrl + Alt + PrintScreen — copies a screenshot of the focused window to the clipboard.
  • Ctrl + Shift + PrintScreen — Lets you select an area of the screen, and copies it to the clipboard.
  • Ctrl + Shift + Alt + R — Records a Screencast) of your entire desktop and saves it to your Videos folder.

Have fun taking screenshots and showcasing your awesome Linux system!!!

gnome-screenshot_3-10-0

▲ GUI for gnome screenshot program.

▲lol……

Source: https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/8331/the-printscreen-key-on-my-keyboard-does-not-take-a-screenshot/

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