I've tried googling around for this, but search results keep littering things like "screenshot save location" and other junk. I am running MacOS Monterery v12.6 (intel chip).
What I want is to launch the Screenshots.app from the terminal. I do not want to take a screenshot and auto-save it, I want the actual app to open so I can choose to screenshot a specific window, my whole desktop, or a specific square region. I can achieve this by searching "Screenshot.app" in spotlight search and launching from there, but I want to use a keybind to launch the app via skhd (because I'm a power user).
I was able to accomplish this with Firefox.app by using
open -n /Applications/Firefox.app. I thought I could do the same with Screenshot.app, but I have come across something odd. In Finder, I can go to
/Applications/Utilities/ folder and see Screenshot.app listed. I can even double click the icon and the app opens. However, in the terminal when I navigate to
/Applications/Utilities the ls command shows nothing.
% open -n /Applications/Utilities/Screenshot.app The file /Applications/Utilities/Screenshot.app does not exist.
How can I launch the Screenshot.app application from the terminal? Where is it actually located? Why is finder showing me something different than my terminal?