Am Mittwoch, 6. Februar 2002 18:54 schrieb Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero: > [EMAIL PROTECTED] (2002-02-06 at 1102.38 -0600): > > I am working on a Linux Workstation (Red Hat 7.2) using GIMP > > version 1.2.1, Anyway i wanted to use the PrintScreen option to > > save the contents on the screen (Monitor) and paste it as a new > > image on GIMP. I am sure it's just a simple key i need to press > > along with PrtScn ?
There are various methods for scaling and saving in lots of file-formats , but if you can't use them (like making snapshots for documenting the menues) your ditribution should have a tool to take snapshots from your screen, that can be set to grab only the selected window. I'm using KDE on my SuSE7.3 ,so KSnapshot is what i use (and like) . The files produced by KSnapshot can be used anyway you want, like integrating it in some kind of manual, etc... hope this info helps regards, Peter -- Peter Buckenleib Am Europakanal 8 91056 Erlangen Tel: 09131 992234 Fax: 09131 791045 Mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] _______________________________________________ Gimp-user mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.xcf.berkeley.edu/mailman/listinfo/gimp-user