Quick Compiz Screenshots

FAIL (the browser should render some flash content, not this).

Shawn Powers shows us a very quick way to take screenshots using Compiz under Linux. Yes, there are plenty of screenshot tools available for Linux, but Compiz allows for a literal one click method.

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Compiz Screenshots

UK's picture

Compix under Linux is better than I thought... and thanks to Detonate I added the 64 bit flash
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Compiz

UK's picture

Interesting never tried to see what the screenshots feature could do. Now i just found my new way of taking screenshots. Really Really cool.
Street Finder UK

Interesantes

UK's picture

Interesantes nunca trató de ver lo que la función screenshots podía hacer. Ahora sólo me encontré a mi nueva forma de tomar capturas de pantalla. Realmente realmente fresco.
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I've got it now - Solved thanks.

UK's picture

Interesting never tried to see what the screenshots feature could do. Now i just found my new way of taking screenshots. Really Really cool.
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Quick Compiz Screenshots

Face Skin's picture

There are plenty of screenshot tools available for Linux, but Compiz allows for a literal one click method.

Solved with Flash

gArden gOals's picture

Installing the 64 bit flash offering from Adobe did the trick.

Wow! Thats Compiz

lawaladekunle's picture

Interesting never tried to see what the screenshots feature could do. Now i just found my new way of taking screenshots. Really Really cool.

OK, I'm using Ubuntu 9.10, 64

Detonate's picture

OK, I'm using Ubuntu 9.10, 64 bit, Firefox 3.5.7, Flash 10.0 r42, and I can't get the video to play. Flash is working fine on other sites. Any ideas?

Interesting

Detonate's picture

It works in 32 bit karmic with the same setup.

Solved

Detonate's picture

Installing the 64 bit flash offering from Adobe did the trick.

Nice Video!

paulcsnider's picture

I didn't know I could do that with Compiz! I'm trying it out now.

Thanks.

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