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This is the best screenshot app as of now. Simply fantastic!

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Great alternative to ShareX, works flawlessly. Easy to install and use, even when compiling it myself.

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Been waiting to replace Shutter, now finally something better that even works with wayland.

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Great tool for quick screenshots with annotations.

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There is no Text Box or Comment Feature. No Smart stickers or Icons to insert, cannot copy paste screenshot inside screen shot, cannot screenshot the pointer (useful if trying to screenshot a disappearing menu item). Will not open directly to an image editor.

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The best Linux screenshot tool! Nothing is better!

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Easy to use and versatile screenshot program.

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Best screenshot tool I have used by a mile! Should be preinstalled on every Linux distro

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Excellent app: very intuitive -love the color selector on the right button-, has all the features I need plus some.

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Easy and fast to capture, annotate and share.

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I like this because it feels more like Shutter. Blurring function is a huge plus for me.

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Best alternative to Lightshot for Linux. many features. I love it. I'm so happy i found it. I wish i found this months ago. I love the fact you can upload strait to imagr and share the link. makes things so much faster. also i found this in the software manager on Linux mint. wanted to leave feedback and stars on there but it wouldn't let me. I did have to reset the "print" key to take a screenshot with Flameshot instead of the default screenshot software. If anyone wants the command for this "flameshot gui".

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By far the best screenshot tool for Linux. I use it almost every day, and it lives in my panel so I have quick access to it. I haven't come across anything easier or more versatile than Flameshot.

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I find this to be the most powerful, still developed, screenshot tool available for Linux. It's light, fast, and has all the features I need available with a unique UI that saves time by reducing mouse travel and clicks.

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