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After taking a screenshot. The screenshot goes to the bottom right hand corner. It disappears after 5 seconds (yes I timed it). How can I extend this time?enter image description here

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    or better still, stop it doing that at all - by heck it's annoying :/ – Tetsujin Aug 2 '18 at 18:15
  • @Tetsujin Haha. It annoyed me so much at the begging but once I got used to it, it became very helpful when upload screenshots for tutorials. Except I am too slow and it sometimes disappears before I can use the feature :L – JBis Aug 2 '18 at 18:17
  • I'm just so used to throwing them straight into photoshop to do whatever I need to do that the extra wait is just annoying. I've looked at the annotation toolkit... doesn't do it for me, prefer Ps. – Tetsujin Aug 2 '18 at 18:21
  • @Tetsujin Ik what you mean. I use photoshop often but I like the design of annotation toolkit for tutorials. – JBis Aug 2 '18 at 18:28
  • Lol vote to close. – JBis Aug 2 '18 at 18:29
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I know this is slightly off-topic and not quite a direct solution to your question, but this option may be of interest to you. You mentioned taking screenshots for tutorials… . I use Take screenshot selection, upload to imgur. + more cool things almost exclusively.

The imgur-screenshot utility, straight out of the box without configuring any options, uploads the screenshot to Imgur , opens a browser window of the uploaded screenshot (for easy access if you need to manipulate the image), copies the URL of the screenshot to your clipboard, and also stores a local copy of the image.

I actually created an AppleScript application, and included.. imgur-screenshot.sh into a script libraries folder in the application bundle…

on imgur_screenshot()
    set imgUR to (path to me as string) & "Contents:Resources:Script Libraries:imgur-screenshot.sh"
    set imgUR to imgUR as alias
    set imgUR to POSIX path of imgUR
    set imgUR to quoted form of imgUR
    do shell script imgUR
end imgur_screenshot

imgur_screenshot()

From here, with enhanced dictation enabled, I selected the new AppleScript application in Finder, and simply spoke the command “Make This Speakable”, and configured the newly created dictation command… now anytime I need to take a screenshot, I simply say “Upload Screenshot” which sets the whole process in motion

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    Couldn't be a @wch1zpink answer without an Apple Script :) Very cool. – JBis Aug 2 '18 at 20:00

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