it is 2014 and a simple task like: react to a shortcut-key screenshot the currently active window autosave the screenshot to a default location seems to be way too fancy to get it for free on Mac ...
This was resolved by the first commenter Usually I can use the Windows+S shortcut to take a screenshot, but it has recently stopped working. Restarting my computer did nothing. I understand it is ...
When I click on Properties of snipping tool in the start menu, I can assign a shortcut like Ctrl+F12 for snipping tool: Can I also assign only the key PrintScreen as a shortcut for snipping tool?
Compiz embarked tools which permitted selecting a region of the screen and copying the snapshot to the clipboard. I miss that on Gnome 3. Is there any way to do so? I’ve seen that Alt+PrintScr took a ...
Can anyone help me identify which program this is and how I can disable it or remap it to another key combination? EDIT: OS Windows 7 Ultimate I have attached a screenshot of the screencapture ...
I have a MacBook Pro with Windows 7 installed on the Boot Camp partition. I've figured out how to invoke most of the "missing keys" (like home, end, page up, page down) but have not yet figured out if ...
I'm looking for a way to take screenshots when I press Ctrl + Prtsc and have them saved as PNG images in C:\Users\Me\Pictures\Screenshots Can I configure Windows 7 to do this? If not, what freeware ...