KScreenGenie moved to KDE Review
Hugo Pereira Da Costa
hugo.pereira at free.fr
Sun Jun 28 17:47:48 BST 2015
On 06/28/2015 06:40 PM, Hugo Pereira Da Costa wrote:
> On 06/28/2015 10:58 AM, Martin Koller wrote:
>> On Thursday 18 June 2015 15:03:27 Boudhayan Gupta wrote:
>>> Here's an Imgur album with some more screenshots, including how
>>> Rectangle Selection works:
>> I miss the "copy" button to be able to copy the captured image to the
> Two regressions that I've spotted running with latest KSG from master
> 1/ as far as I can tell, the window is non resizable. KSnapshot is,
> and resizing the window ends up resizing the screenshot in it, which I
> find really useful.
> 2/ once you have selected Active Window + Take a new snapshot, the
> application waits for you to "click" somewhere, but as far as I can
> tell, the window on which you click does not matter, what you get in
> the screenshot is the window that was active *before* you click on
> "take a new snapshot".
> This is very impractical: if you want to change active window you need
> first to select it (away from the ksg window, which is in fact the
> active one (hum: does that mean that the button is actually ill-named)
> ? , select an "active" window, then click back on kscreengenie (making
> this window the active one), then take a new snapshot.
> Ksnapshot behaves differently: you select "take a new snapshot", you
> click on a window, the window becomes "active" and this is the one
> that gets a screenshot.
> I have not tested how it works when you use a "delay".
Another one: the "delay" spinbox is in 1/10 seconds unit. What use is a
delay of 100 milliseconds ? KSnapshot uses seconds, which IMHO makes
> Best regards,
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