Aug 06.2020Version: 1.7.3
With this free and easy to use software you can take screenshots that you can edit and save.
ksnip for Linux was reviewed by Horia Petrovanu
ksnip for Linux has a minimalist interface and is very easy to use, which makes it particularly easy to capture and edit desktop images. Provides a powerful set of editing and annotation tools: cropping, highlighting, blurring, hand drawing, lines, rectangles, text captions, and more.
The interface is made up of two panels - one at the top where all the instruments and commands for capture are displayed, and the second panel that opens when you take a screenshot and has the commands for graphically editing the capture. You can choose to edit the image and then save it in one of the popular formats: JPG, PNG and GIF, or you can use the Copy button to save the image directly to the clipboard.
In the settings section, you can also edit keyboard shortcuts to take a screenshot as easily as possible.
I tested the ksnip for Linux software, I had no problems and there were no operating errors, and the system resources were minimal. We recommend that you use it to take screenshots.
In conclusion, simple and efficient, ksnip for Linux is a utility that allows you to take several types of screenshots: the current full screen, active window or a predefined area and you can even set a countdown before triggering the screenshot.
+ ksnip for Linux has been in our software catalog since Aug 06.2020.
+ The current version is 1.7.3 updated to Aug 06.2020.
Great product for capturing specific pieces of data
GARYMOLEN Add comment
a good software