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Kjetil4455 07-14-2003 09:37 AM

Screen shot in mandrake 9.0?
 
Does anyone know how to make a screen shot in MDK? please tell me!

(sorry if im on the wrong page, im new here)

trickykid 07-17-2003 03:46 PM

Either use the gimp

File > Acquire

oir maybe even the import command or something to capture a screenshot.

And yes, you had the wrong forum so I moved this to Newbie.

Mega Man X 07-17-2003 06:14 PM

If you have gnome installed, search for a tool into the menus. You can also type directly at the konsole:

gnome-panel-screenshot

That would do the trick. I use BlackBox myself and, I could bind that command above to my printscreen key so :) it works really nice ;).

Good Luck

lfur 07-18-2003 05:43 AM

You can try:
xwd -root | xwud

which will give you an image big as your screen.

But I have no idea how to save output of xwd into a jpg (or anything like that) file to be able to see it in an image viewer.

Thymox 07-20-2003 06:46 PM

xwd -root | xwdtopnm > screenshot.pnm would save as a .pnm/pbm file.

Of course, you could xwd -root | xwdtopnm | pnmtojpeg > screenshot.jpg to go direct to jpeg.

lynch 07-20-2003 07:12 PM

Use the run command box and type:
import -window root screen.jpg
Use the Run command box so the xterm doesnt show up in the screen shot...unless you want it to.
There's also KSnapshot in the Multimedia>graphics menu.
HTH
lynch

lfur 07-21-2003 08:29 AM

Thymox,

part of which package is pnmtojpeg? Becouse I don't have it on my system.

Enjoy

Thymox 07-22-2003 07:38 PM

Came as part of the netpbm package - default part of Mandrake. Converts virtually anything to pbm, and pbm to virtually anything.


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