If you want a good screenshot tool on Ubuntu, Deepin
Screenshot is probably the
It lets you drag-select a rectangular area of the screen, and then re-arrange
the area until you’re happy with it. You can then annotate the screenshot
selection with highlights, arrows, boxes and text. Finally, you can also choose
how to save the resulting screenshot image, or copy it to your clipboard.
Deepin made it super easy to make the personalised
FAQ on our card shop, with a series of clear screenshots showing the process
with the key parts highlighted. This took a few minutes to make with Deepin.
You can also add a launcher to panels such as GTK or MATE, with this as the
Similarly you can replace the default screenshot hotkey with Deepin by adding a
custom hotkey and setting
Print as the trigger for it (this will prompt to
replace the default screenshot tool on that key). The command for the hotkey
should just be:
Deepin Screenshot is a nice screenshot tool for Ubuntu Linux