Did you manage to produce some nice hack to share?
Any idea about « hand drawing » with some apps and a tablet?
On 23/12/2013 01:28, Qiang Fang wrote:
I used to use my note keeper in windows, the screen capture button
is very handy. Eg. if you want to capture a picture in pdf files,
you can open the file in the background, click the button, zim
minimise then let you select the screen area, once a rectangular are
is selected, it is inserted in the cursor position.
Under Linux, with xfce I can see the way to do it:
* with zim's custom script
* + screenshoter
* + a script converting it to pdf or what ever...
It could do the trick.
I already setup a script for the screenshoter linked on the « open
with » action which:
1. name the screen capture my way
2. upload the picture on a FTP sever
3. convert into a URL
4. and push the URL into the clipboard for easy pasting as an image
on a forum for example.
Under windows, could be achieved the same way but tools may be harder
to setup to work together.
I currently use screenshoter to copy the area in the clipboard and
paste it into zim.
Could you give a reason to do it in pdf instead?
I remember GreenShot <http://getgreenshot.org/> under windows for
May be a good start.
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