Ksnip – Qt based Screenshot Tool with Annotation Feature

Ksnip is a Qt based cross-platform screenshot tool with many annotation features. It works on Linux, Windows, and Mac OS. Ksnip works on X11 and Gnome on Wayland. Like other screenshot tools, it can take screenshot of selected rectangular area, full screen, active window with time delay support. It also features: Upload screenshots directly to… Continue reading Ksnip – Qt based Screenshot Tool with Annotation Feature

How to Install Shutter Screenshot Tool in Ubuntu 18.10

Last updated on April 21st, 2019 Shutter, the popular Linux screenshot tool, is finally removed from the final release of Ubuntu 18.10 repository. For those who want to install Shutter in Ubuntu 18.10. This unofficial PPA offers the latest packages that include: Shutter 0.94.2 released a month ago with Gyazo uploads and some bug-fixes. libgoo-canvas-perl… Continue reading How to Install Shutter Screenshot Tool in Ubuntu 18.10

Shutter 0.94.2 Released with Some Bug Fixes (Ubuntu PPA)

Shutter screenshot tool got a maintenance release a day ago with some bugs fixed. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 16.04. Shutter 0.94.2 includes following changes since the 0.94 release: Remove ITmages, Minus, TwitPic upload plugins since the services down. Fix error in vygme plugin Add support for Gyazo uploads Fix insecure… Continue reading Shutter 0.94.2 Released with Some Bug Fixes (Ubuntu PPA)

Flameshot – Another Great Screenshot Tool for Ubuntu Linux

Flameshot is a simple yet powerful screenshot tool with annotation feature. Other than Shutter, it’s another of my favorite screen capturing tools for Ubuntu desktop so far. Flameshot is written by C++ with Qt5 framework. It offers a system tray icon with ‘Take Screenshot’ and ‘Configuration’ menu options. While selecting a screen area to capture,… Continue reading Flameshot – Another Great Screenshot Tool for Ubuntu Linux