Provided by: gnome-screenshot_3.18.0-1ubuntu2_amd64
gnome-screenshot - capture the screen, a window, or an user-defined area and save the snapshot image to a file.
gnome-screenshot [ -c ] [ -w ] [ -a ] [ -b ] [ -B ] [ -p ] [ -d SECONDS ] [ -e EFFECT ] [ -i ] [ -f FILENAME ] [ --display DISPLAY ]
gnome-screenshot is a GNOME utility for taking screenshots of the entire screen, a window or an user-defined area of the screen, with optional beautifying border effects.
-c, --clipboard Send the grab directly to the clipboard. -w, --window Grab the current active window instead of the entire screen. -a, --area Grab an area of the screen instead of the entire screen. -b, --include-border Include the window border within the screenshot. -B, --remove-border Remove the window border from the screenshot. -p, --include-pointer Include the pointer with the screenshot. -d, --delay=SECONDS, Take the screenshot after the specified delay [in seconds]. -e, --border-effect=EFFECT, Add an effect to the outside of the screenshot border. EFFECT can be ``shadow'' (adding drop shadow), ``border'' (adding rectangular space around the screenshot), ``vintage'' (desaturating the screenshot slightly, tinting it and adding rectangular space around it) or ``none'' (no effect). Default is ``none''. -i, --interactive Interactively set options in a dialog. -f, --file=FILENAME Save screenshot directly to this file. --display=DISPLAY X display to use. -?, -h, --help Show a summary of the available options. In addition, the usual GTK+ command line options apply. See the output of --help for details.
This manual page was written by Christian Marillat <email@example.com> for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). Updated by Theppitak Karoonboonyanan <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Tom Feiner <email@example.com>, Cosimo Cecchi <firstname.lastname@example.org> and others. August 10, 2013 GNOME-SCREENSHOT(1)