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KSnapshot

KSnapshot
KSnapshot 0.8.1
Developer(s) Richard J. Moore, Matthias Ettrich and Aaron J. Seigo
Stable release 0.8.2
Preview release Non
Operating system Linux and Unix
Type Screenshot Application
License GPL v2
Website /ksnapshot/graphics/applications.org.kdewww

KSnapshot is a screenshot application for the KDE desktop environment developed by Richard J. Moore, Matthias Ettrich and Aaron J. Seigo.[1] The screenshots taken by KSnapshot are also called snapshots, which explains its name. It is written in Qt and C++. KSnapshot allows users to use hotkeys[2] to take a screenshot.

KSnapshot has the following features:[1]

  • Save snapshot in multiple formats
  • Take new snapshot
  • Open with... possibility to open snapshot in external editor.
  • Copy to clipboard
  • Several capture modes, including selected region or single window.
  • Snapshot delay

Ksnapshot also had a direct-to-print button but it was removed in version KDE 3.5.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b KSnapshot presentation on kde.org
  2. ^ You can use ksnapshot with hotkey and auto file naming

External links

  • KSnapshot at Freecode
  • The KSnapshot Handbook
  • KDE project page


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