RESOLVED ** Re: Print Screen

steven vollom stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net
Fri Jul 10 21:07:50 BST 2009


On Friday 10 July 2009 03:28:46 am Johnny Ernst Nielsen wrote:
> Greetings Steven :o)
>
> Fredag den 10. juli 2009 kvad steven vollom:
> > On Thursday 09 July 2009 03:10:36 pm Johnny Ernst Nielsen wrote:
> > > Greetings Steven.
> > >
> > > Torsdag den 9. juli 2009 kvad steven vollom:
> > > > I just attempted to use my Print Screen Key.  I has worked fine
> > > > in the past using Jaunty rc kde 64bit.  Nothing happens when I
> > > > press the key on the keyboard.  Has this changed?  Is there a
> > > > way to use the feature without using the keyboard key?  Thanks!
> > >
> > > Press Alt+F2 and run ksnapshot.
> > >
> > > If you want ksnapshot to start by pressing the Print Screen key
> > > you can set it up like this:
> > >
> > > Right click the K menu button.
> > > Choose to edit the menu.
> > > Select ksnapshot under the Graphics section.
> > > In the Advanced tab, you can assign whatever key you like to use
> > > to start ksnapshot.
> >
> > Or do I modify the current shortcut Key: Currently it reads None,
> > but when I click on it it reads Input...
>
> When it reads Input... you press the keyboard key you want.
>
> Also, you can assign key combinations that way.
>
> > [Program names that are easy to remember]
>
> Given the huge diversity in human association and memory, it is
> impossible to name programs in such a way that everyone can remember
> the names.
>
> What is a highly logical name to you will be a highly illogical name
> to someone else.
>
> Make a list of your own that associates specific program names with
> whatever terms you personally can remember.
> Then you also don't have to Google the same program names all the time
> -- you just make a quick lookup on your own list.
>
> Best regards :o)
>
> Johnny :o)

Thanks!  my friend.  It works fine now.  I don't know why it didn't the first 
time; perhaps due to a need to reboot, or an error I made and did not realize.  
Anyway it works perfect now.  I was kind of an important feture to me; I am 
glad I don't have to live without it.  You are the man.

Steven




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