Re: open source screen capture
By chance, is anyone using anything at least as good as Snag-It that's
No such animal.
The only Open Source solution for screen capture (assuming you're in
Windows) is to do a PrtScrn and then paste the contents of the Windows
Clipboard into GIMP (or similar) and edit accordingly.
SnagIt may be commercial and closed-source, but it provides more bang
for the buck than anything in my software toolbox.
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