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gnome-screenshot

 
Capture the screen, a window, or a user-defined area and save the image to a file. More information: https://manned.org/gnome-screenshot.
 
  • Take a screenshot and save it to the default location, normally ~/Pictures:
     
    gnome-screenshot
     
  • Take a screenshot and save it to the named file location:
     
    gnome-screenshot --file {{path/to/file}}
     
  • Take a screenshot and save it to the clipboard:
     
    gnome-screenshot --clipboard
     
  • Take a screenshot after the specified number of seconds:
     
    gnome-screenshot --delay {{5}}
     
  • Launch the GNOME Screenshot GUI:
     
    gnome-screenshot --interactive
     
  • Take a screenshot of the current window and save it to the specified file location:
     
    gnome-screenshot --window --file {{path/to/file}}
     
  • Take a screenshot after the specified number of seconds and save it to the clipboard:
     
    gnome-screenshot --delay {{10}} --clipboard
     
  • Display the version:
     
    gnome-screenshot --version

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