What the title says. I have installed gnome-screenshot app in I3 and idk how to bind it. Any help is appreciated. Also gobble gobble
I’m not sure if gnome screenshot can be invoked from terminal. Instead, I’ll use scrot or maim.
Use these in config for scrot
# full screen picture bindsym --release Print exec "scrot -m '~/Pictures/screenshots/%s_%H%M_%d.%m.%Y_$wx$h.png'" # choose region bindsym --release Shift+Print exec "scrot -s '~/Pictures/screenshots/%s_%H%M_%d%m%Y_$wx$h.png'" # use current focussed window bindsym --release $mod+Shift+Print exec "scrot -u -d 3 '~/Pictures/screenshots/%s_%H%M_%d%m%Y_$wx$h.png'"
Not quite related to this thread, but just asking, you know, informally…
Have you considered KDE Plasma? It has a wonderful screenshot application called Spectacle. Really nice!
I see… Well, okay then.
From the terminal:
bindsym Print exec --no-startup-id scrot ‘screenshot-%Y-%m-%d-%s_screenshot_$wx$h.jpg’ -e ‘mv $f $$(xdg-user-dir PICTURES)’
bindsym $mod+Print exec --no-startup-id xfce4-screenshooter
bindsym $mod+Shift+Print exec --no-startup-id gnome-screenshot -i
And I was beat to the answer.
just to add … flameshot better or scrot as @flyingcakes say …
why ? that bloat + slower final i bite
flameshot is nice