[lug] grabbing screen shots

The Matt thompsma at colorado.edu
Fri May 9 11:17:11 MDT 2003

On Fri, 2003-05-09 at 10:10, Elyse Grasso wrote:
> I use KRUD/RedHat 8, with KDE. I need to grab some illustrations for 
> some documentation that I am writing, the kind of pictures of windows 
> that I would grab with Alt-PrtScrn on a Microsoft display. 
> Most of the images I need are actually things being displayed in Mozilla 
> browser windows. 
> What is a good tool for capturing the images I need?

I'll throw my two cents in.  If you use Gkrellm, there is a plugin
called GkrellShoot.  It uses ImageMagick (I think), but it provided a
nice one-button screenshot taker that, if you use Gkrellm, is always
there.  You can output to any format.  (It also provides a "lock"
button, which is the main reason I use it.)


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and crazy, ooh ooh ooh, the sky's the limit!" -- The Tick
  The Matt -- http://ucsub.colorado.edu/~thompsma/
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