Latest ksnip version contains following features:
* Supports Linux (X11 and experimental KDE and Gnome Wayland support), Windows and MacOS.
* Taking screenshot of a custom rectangular area that can be drawn with mouse cursor.
* Taking screenshot of the screen/monitor where the mouse cursor is currently located.
* Taking screenshot of full screen, including all screens/monitors.
* Taking screenshot of window that currently has focus.
* Taking screenshot of window under mouse cursor.
* Take screenshot with or without mouse cursor.
* Customizable capture delay for all capture options.
* Upload screenshots directly to imgur.com in anonymous or user mode.
* Command line support, for taking screenshot and saving it to default location, filename and format.
* Customizable default location, filename and format for saving new screenshots with wildcards for Year ($Y), Month ($M), Day ($D) and Time ($T).
* Print screenshot or save is to pdf/ps.
* Annotate screenshots with pen, marker, rectangles, ellipses, texts and other tools.
* Many configuration options.... More Info »
# AppImage (Linux)
In order to use AppImages, make them executable and start using it, no installation required.
$ chmod a+x ksnip*.AppImage
# RPM (Linux)
Just install them via rpm and start using.
$ rpm -Uvh ksnip*.rpm
# DEB (Linux)
Just install them via dpkg and start using.
$ sudo dpkg -i ksnip*.deb
# EXE (Windows)
The exe file with all required dependencies comes in a zipped package, which just need to be unzipped
with your favorite zip tool. Ksnip can then be started by just double clicking ksnip.exe.
# APP (MacOS)
The app file comes in a dmg package which needs to be opened and the ksnip.app file needs to be dragged
and dropped into the Application folder. After that the application can be started by double clicking ksnip.app