Screenshots

Maxnix

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if you have graphics/imlib2 installed, you can use imlib2_grab <filename>.<extension>; this will take a screenshot of the entire screen. I don't know if you can select a specific window or screen portion.
 

Geezer

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gnome-screenshot works nicely in xfce. Simple and light weight.

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grahamperrin

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Thanks,

gnome-screenshot

Its Name[en_GB] is Screenshot but seeking the application by name doesn't find it:

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Code:
% grep -i en_GB /usr/local/share/applications/org.gnome.Screenshot.desktop
Name[en_GB]=Screenshot
Comment[en_GB]=Save images of your screen or individual windows
Keywords[en_GB]=snapshot;capture;print;screenshot;
Name[en_GB]=Take a Screenshot of the Whole Screen
Name[en_GB]=Take a Screenshot of the Current Window
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Running /usr/local/bin/gnome-screenshot does perform a screenshot but there's no GUI.
 

rootbert

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I use xfce4-screenshooter-plugin and in Firefox for scrollshots the App "Easy Screenshot"
 
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