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Xfce print-screen command

So you want a similar Print Screen command in your Xfce desktop. This is already done by xfce-extra/xfce4-screenshooter. Just install it then create a keyboard shortcut that is pointing to your /usr/bin/xfce4-screenshooter and you got yourself a Print Screen shortcut.

Now, every time you want to create a screen snapshot just press your Print Screen command (or keys combination) from your keyboard and the xfce4-screenshooter will be launched automatically:

print screen command

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Eugen Mihailescu

Founder/programmer/one-man-show at Cubique Software
Always looking to learn more about *nix world, about the fundamental concepts of math, physics, electronics. I am also passionate about programming, database and systems administration. 16+ yrs experience in software development, designing enterprise systems, IT support and troubleshooting.
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