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Le 2011-07-06 06:02, Sigrid Carrera a écrit :
Hi Marc,

On Wed, 06 Jul 2011 04:53:53 -0400
Marc Paré<>  wrote:

Hi Sigrid

Le 2011-07-06 04:41, Sigrid Carrera a écrit :

I'm not sure about the theme for mouse pointers. I usually set Gimp to not include the mouse 
pointer when taking a screenshot. In this case you won't see it at all. But I guess, there's no 
harm in suggesting which theme to use for the mouse pointer as well.


I use Ksnapshot for my screenshots. Have you tried it? I was hoping this
would work for LibreOffice screen captures.

I know Ksnapshot and I like it very much. But since I changed to the gnome desktop (I have trouble 
finding my way with the KDE 4 Desktop) I use Gimp instead. And since I want to change/modify the 
screenshot afterwards anyways, I have it already in the correct program. ;) But if I remember 
correctly, even with Ksnapshot you can decide, if you want to picture the mouse pointer or not. 
Maybe Ksnapshot has a different default setting from Gimp.

I am sure, that you can use Ksnapshot for your screen captures.


It would be great if we could have a "fast and easy" way for people to learn how to do screenshots. Gimp has a little steep learning curve. Could you give me a quick example of what kind of things you would usually change with your screenshots?

And yes, with Knapshot, you do have the option of taking a screenshot with or without cursor/pointer.



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