Sunday, August 31, 2022

PrtSc save and share our screenshots in Google Plus

In recent years we have introduced several software dedicated to the screenshot, the application that are preinstalled in several Linux distributions. For users who normally carry screenshot to share them on social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, etc., or via email or websites, forums, etc. is available PrtSc.
PrtSc is a cross-platform software for making screenshots of our desktops whose main feature is to save the images captured” in Google Plus.

With PrtSc we can capture the entire screen via the keyboard shortcut Alt + Shift + 3, or only a part (Alt + Shift + 4), we also can include an annotation to the image (Alt + Shift + 5) such as a comment. Once you’ve captured our image, it will be automatically saved in Google Plus PrtSc within the directory and the link saved to the clipboard for sharing / clipboard, then ready to be inserted in email, social networks and so on.

PrtSc is a project still in development phase for Linux are, however, already a decent support for Ubuntu with the connection of the software in AppIndicator, during my tests I found some problems in the transmission of records where the captured image was not imported correctly.

PrtSc is available for Linux (currently only in deb packages for Debian, Ubuntu and derivatives), Microsoft Windows and Mac. Available in two versions Free that allows up to a maximum of 10 screenshots (I think of the day even though I have not found information about it) and Premium with $ 15 years allows you to use the software without restrictions.

PrtSc is also available for Arch Linux via AUR.
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