Online it says to use the xev command to find out the keycode for print screen to xmodmap it, however I don't think we have xev in TC? Any idea how to go about getting the keycode - and is this the best way to map my fn+PrtSc key on my EEE in LXDE?Tha...
Well, I was using Screenshot to capture screens for a long time. But now its causing some problems. When I capture first screen shot after restarting my laptop, it go captured fine. But after one screen shot, when I try to capture another one. It goes okay,but when the save screen appears, it shows the previous screen shot I've captured before.
Presumably because people got sick of accidental snapping, then having to view the snap as well, Android is now without screen capture. I wish they had the gumption to _replace_ the silly way it was done, but no.....however....
I read of the method to hold down the volume and power keys.
I'm new to Linux. However I already enjoy what I see. My question is, how do you make a screen shot when using the Desktop, and what program(s) would I go about using to do it? I would also like to know how to take a screen capture using the command line.
Hello all. Long time lurker but now I'm stumped. I used to be able to capture a screen shot of videos that I recorded on my phone. All of a sudden, that ability is gone. I even did a factory reset and still no screen shot ability. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I write code to capture screenshot of android mobile screen in background. When my application runs it works fine, It started to capture the screen shot and send it to the server. But when I move to the home screen or menu screen it still capture my application screenshot not home screen screenshot or menu screenshot.