If I press Alt+Print screen to make a current window print screen, I see just a blank black image in Pictures folder. Desktop Print screen works fine. Please, help me to fix it.
At least here since the newer g-c-c Alt+Print does nothing except maybe open the Hud.
The only thing that works is to hit Alt&Print at the exact same time, (& I mean exact.
The Hud may still open or may not.
(if the Hud > Alt keybinding is disabled the Alt+Print works, also it's probable a new binding for a window screen would work
when I updated to Ubuntu 12.04, I noticed that the print screen behavior had been altered. Instead of "print screen" being the equiavalent of "ctrl-c" where I could quickly paste into a kolourpaint window, now I have to go to a folder and open the screenshot later on.
Gimp 2.6.7 on FC 11 64 bit with HP Laserjet 4000T.
I can print a photo from Gimp if I use the "print preview" first and then select the print icon on the print preview window. When I don't do the preview and try to print without that step, the printer emits a blank page.
I got problem when opening any menu (e.g. wi-fi status menu at the top panel) cannot shot print screen. In any other case when menus are not active Print works just fine with default settings xfce4-screenshooter -f.
It's been messing up a lot lately, as in, delays several seconds before printing, then once it starts to print, it takes a long time. It use to print as soon as you would click "Print". But now, it's extremely slow and I'm not sure why. It's not that old. Bought it about a year ago and it worked just fine. But lately, the main problem is printing pictures.
I am trying to print a simple report using the code below. On Windows, this code works fine when attempting to print to PDF generator driver (instead of a real printer). But, on my Linux box, when I test the code below, the Linux print dialog opens but I do not seem to be able to capture the print to file filename.