Re: The possibility to take a screenshot of the window where we right click on it

People should learn it from books/user manuals. 

There isn't any system that can serve well those who never read any

On Tue, 2008-10-14 at 21:08 +0200, Tomasz Sterna wrote:
> Dnia 2008-10-14, wto o godzinie 17:21 +0200, Gregory BELLIER pisze:
> > > You can do this with alt+prtintscreen on your keyboard. This brings
> > up
> > > gnome-screenshooter for the active window. Isn't that even easier?
> > Yes of course I could do that. But for a simple user, it would be
> > more 
> > user-friendly to have a simple fonctionnality such as this one.
> Putting the user-friendliness aside (it is questionable without the
> usability studies), the advantage of window-menu option is that it is
> discoverable.
> The way of discovering the Alt-PrtScr combo is only by digging through
> keyboard shortcuts preferences.

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