PrtScr + Shutter = Screenshot.

Algunos quizas no saben aùn como lanzar Shutter usando la tecla PrtScr y tomar un screenshot del escritorio con esta poderosa y ùtil herramienta. Para lograr ese objetivo vamos hacer una sencilla configuraciòn:

Lanzamos Shutter y vamos a Edit –> Preferences –> Keyboard una vez allì marcamos Capture: y Capture whith Selection: (ver imagèn)

Despues, siguiendo las instrucciones (en amarillo) vamos a CompizConfig Settings Manager y activamos: Gnome Compatibility y D-Buss Control Backend (ver imagèn). Gnome Compatibility debe estar activado por defecto.

Despues de seguir estos simples pasos ya shutter deberìa tomar un screenshot (pantalla completa) de tu escritorio, utlizando la tecla PrtScr!.Todo ha sido cuestion de ser observador. Enjoy!.


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