So the requirement is like this:
Login to o365 portal, navigate to health section ( this url https://portal.office.com/AdminPortal/Home#/servicehealth)
take the screenshot of the page
- upload the page in a sp lib/email it
Please let me know how to accomplish this. I know how to write a script to take the screenshot, but how to login in message center and upload the screenshot in sp lib.
Note: We have MFA enabled.
I know I can open the Screenshot tool by pressing cmd + shift + 4. I can drag the mouse around to specify the area I want to take a screenshot of, but I am wondering how I can keep the width and height ratio 1:1 when moving the mouse cursor (creating a quadrat/square instead of a rectangle).
In image editing software, the combination is usually to hold shift while dragging. On mac using the screenshot tool, this means to lock one of the axis depending on where you start your drag motion. It locks the width if you start dragging up or down, and locks the height if you start dragging left or right.
Pressing alt on the other hand makes the capture area grow in both direction.
holding either cmd or ctrl seems to do nothing.
I really hope there is a key combination to make the width and height scale the same, but I cannot figure out which key combination to use.
I am working on a Linux based DevVM where I need to capture the screenshot of a VMRC window. The problem is when I run the python code with the terminal, the terminal also comes in the captured screenshot.
Is there a way in pyscreenshot to select a specific application for the purpose or is there any other way through bash scripting or C/C++ or Java.
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The cmd shift 3 screenshot doesn’t include the mouse cursor.
How can I make it (as in, cmd+shift+3) capture the mouse position also?
This runs okay, but, when I run it, the screenshot includes also the python.exe window which pops up while running the code. I don’t want the window to be in the screenshot. Any suggestions?
img = pyautogui.screenshot(‘Screenshot.png’)
Encountered this weird issue where after upgrading to 19.04, my sound setting are all heywire. Plus some app wouldnt able to run like starting terminal, files and screenshot.
After some digging, realized that it might be related to some app crashing causing both the sound issue and also the app issue. The app of concern is either Anydesk or Kazam which I had already remove and purge from my laptop. Quite stuck now on how to go about debugging this. I had no idea where the root cause of the bug is and seems like there is multiple bugs happening.
Before the crash, the system was working fine with no issue, able to use the sound, the headphones as well as recording etc. It was only after installing Kazam and did some recording and had a reboot that all this problem start to crop up.
I found this: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshootingProcedure. I am not sure whether to proceed with this as the current bug seems quite unique.
I explored the solution on installing pulseaudio, reloading alsa and even rename ~/.config/pulse/ but to no avail. Sound still not set by default. The cards and headphones are detected as it as show below:
aplay -l shows all the hardware detected so I believe the issue should be on the software side. The detected also included my usb connected headphones (Sennheiser Main Audio)
Pic: Sound issue:
The output device shows the setting after I had installed pulseaudio and did a
pulseaudio -- start. However, my headphone config setting is not shown.
App unable to start issue:
Terminal, Files and Screenshot unable to start each time I reboot or restart my laptop. I had a workaround now which is to change the region & languages setting and then logout and login again to be able to start the terminal which is a bit of a hassle to do everytime.
I see there are 3 possible outcomes when pasting a piece of text from OneNote to other programs:
- The text remains its formatting
- The text becomes a screenshot
- The text loses its formatting
I can see why pasting screenshot is cool, but I don’t find any practical use of it, just annoyance. Is there a way to disable this?
If I swipe with the edge of a palm, it is very unreliable — sometimes screen is pressed and I do some operations instead of screen shot.
Power simultaneously doesn’t work.
What else can be done?
I am trying to take screenshow of an application, which I am debugging. When I run debug, it requests to close device monitor, so the third way of taking screenshots via device monitor also doesn’t work.
Disabling swipe didn’t help. Now it is impossible to take screenshot from within device at all.