This article will guide you on methods to install and use the Shutter screenshot tool on Ubuntu 20.04. Once installed on your #Ubuntu Server , you can conveniently use it to take the screenshots as per your requirements and can even edit them if needed.
#Shutter is a screenshot tool in Ubuntu #Linux. Using Shutter we can take a screenshot of a specific area, window and whole screen.
Shutter allows you to capture nearly anything on your screen without loosing control over your screenshots (tabbed interface).
Features of Shutter:
1. Capture a Specific Area
This allows you to select an arbitrary region of your screen and capture only those parts you really need. The screen can be zoomed and the selection can be resized or moved.
2. Capture your Desktop
Shutter does not only capture all the contents of your desktop (or workspace) – it also supports Multi-monitor settings, e.g. capture the active monitor
3. Capture a Window
Simply use your mouse to select the window you want to capture. Shutter will highlight the currently select window in an attractive and useful way. It is even possible to simply select a window from a list and capture it right a way.
4. Capture a Menu or Tooltip
Capturing menus or tooltips is very easy with Shutter. You select one of the options and a (user-defined) countdown starts. During this time you can open the desired menu or let a specific tooltip come up. Shutter will recognize and capture it.
5. Capture a Website
Shutter uses gnome-web-photo to capture a website without opening a browser window