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Hi all, My migration is complete! I'm now using Debian for everything possible, and my Windows development has been relegated to a bare-bones standalone box! :D Any deb packages out there that will enable me to take a screenshot? I don't have kde, and don't fancy installing kdelibs just to use ksnapshot. And xv doesn't appear to be packaged, which I assume is a licencing issue. Antony -- To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to [email]debian-user-requestlists.debian.org[/email] with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact [email]listmasterlists.debian.org[/email]...

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    Hi all,

    My migration is complete! I'm now using Debian for everything possible,
    and my Windows development has been relegated to a bare-bones standalone
    box! :D

    Any deb packages out there that will enable me to take a screenshot? I
    don't have kde, and don't fancy installing kdelibs just to use
    ksnapshot. And xv doesn't appear to be packaged, which I assume is a
    licencing issue.

    Antony


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    Antony Gelberg wrote:
    > Hi all,
    >
    > My migration is complete! I'm now using Debian for everything possible,
    > and my Windows development has been relegated to a bare-bones standalone
    > box! :D
    >
    > Any deb packages out there that will enable me to take a screenshot? I
    > don't have kde, and don't fancy installing kdelibs just to use
    > ksnapshot. And xv doesn't appear to be packaged, which I assume is a
    > licencing issue.
    >
    > Antony
    >
    >
    GIMP-->File-->Acquire-->screenshot

    Love linux, love Debian


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    Antony Gelberg said on Thu, Jul 17, 2003 at 12:15:55AM +0100:
    > Hi all,
    >
    > My migration is complete! I'm now using Debian for everything possible,
    > and my Windows development has been relegated to a bare-bones standalone
    > box! :D
    >
    > Any deb packages out there that will enable me to take a screenshot? I
    > don't have kde, and don't fancy installing kdelibs just to use
    > ksnapshot. And xv doesn't appear to be packaged, which I assume is a
    > licencing issue.
    xwd. It's in xbase-clients.

    man xwd for details.

    M

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    Mark Ferlatte Guest

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    >
    > Any deb packages out there that will enable me to take a screenshot? I
    > don't have kde, and don't fancy installing kdelibs just to use
    > ksnapshot. And xv doesn't appear to be packaged, which I assume is a
    > licencing issue.
    If you have the gimp installed, just click File/Acquire/Screen Shot.
    You can choose to capture the whole screen, or just a window.

    if/when you install Gnome 2.x, there's a screenshot options on the
    Actions menu of the panel.



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    Jeremy Brooks Guest

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    >
    > >> Any deb packages out there that will enable me to take a screenshot?
    > >I> don't have kde, and don't fancy installing kdelibs just to use
    > >> ksnapshot. And xv doesn't appear to be packaged, which I assume is a
    > >> licencing issue.
    > >>
    > >> Antony
    > >>
    > >>
    > >
    > >GIMP-->File-->Acquire-->screenshot
    >
    > Another alternative is to install imagemagick. Then from a commandline
    > import filename.jpg

    Wow! That rocks...learn something new every day.

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    Shawn Lamson wrote:
    | On Wed, July 16 at 11:27 PM EDT
    | Tim <helycoslycos.co.uk> wrote:
    |
    |
    |>>Any deb packages out there that will enable me to take a screenshot?
    |>
    |>I> don't have kde, and don't fancy installing kdelibs just to use
    |>
    |>>ksnapshot. And xv doesn't appear to be packaged, which I assume is a
    |>>licencing issue.
    |>>
    |>>Antony
    |>>
    |>>
    |>
    |>GIMP-->File-->Acquire-->screenshot
    |
    |
    | Another alternative is to install imagemagick. Then from a commandline
    | import filename.jpg
    | this will turn your cursor to a selector and you can either click on a
    | window or select a region. The image will be saved to "filename.jpg" or
    | if you choose a different extension a different format.
    |

    $ import -window root filename.ext
    Will get you a fullscreen capture.

    - --
    Javier Kohen <jkohenusers.sourceforge.net>
    ICQ: blashyrkh #2361802
    Jabber: [email]jkohenjabber.org[/email]
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