Save images of your screen or individual windows Source
Screenshot is a simple utility that lets you take pictures of your computer screen. Screenshots can be of your whole screen, any specific application, or a selected rectangular area. You can also copy the captured screenshot directly into the GNOME clipboard and paste it into other applications.
Screenshot allows you to take screenshots even when it’s not open: just press the PrtSc button on your keyboard, and a snapshot of your whole screen will be saved to your Pictures folder. Hold Alt while pressing PrtSc and you will get a screenshot of only the currently selected window.
Works for "Screen" capture area on Phosh 0.12.1 with release 40. Needs scale-to-fit.
RatingMobile Fit: 4
Almost perfect, works fine with tweaks for scaling, like
scale-to-fit gnome-screenshots on on Phosh
Project status: mature
This project has been in development for a long time and is usually well beyond its 1.0 release. It should work fine.
Project status: inactive
This project has not seen any inactivity in more than a year. It may work fine for you, there may be dragons, and most importantly, don't expect updates or a response to your bug reports!
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green: current and packaged,
red: packaged, but not current, ratings and other details may not apply.
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Build and install your own flatpak: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-screenshot/-/blob/master/org.gnome.Screenshot.json
If you're lucky*, you can install this app by just hitting this button:Install
* You need to have an
appstream:// handler, e.g., GNOME Software or KDE Discover, installed and the app needs to be available in a configured software repository, more details.
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Programming languages: C
Build system: meson