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Change location of screenshots mac [duplicate]

Right now they default to desktop, and I followed instructions found here. It works up until I shut down the computer; I was wondering if there was a permanent solution?
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Change screenshot destination on Touch Bar Mac (macOS Sierra) [duplicate]

I have a late 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, and when taking a screenshot, I get the option to choose the location on the Touch Bar. However since I'm using my computer in clamshell mode, I can't ...
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macOS Custom Directory for Screenshots [duplicate]

On Macs OS X 10.11.6, the ⌘ + shift + 4 key combination saves a screenshot to the desktop by default. Is there a way to change this destination to a custom directory?
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Change the directory used to save screenshots [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I change the location of screen captures on 10.5? In the Keyboard preferences, I enabled the shortcuts that allow me to take a screenshot of the full screen, or of the ...
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Correct Syntax to change default Screenshots and Screencapture save location? [duplicate]

I would like to change the default screenshot location for OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 using Terminal. But this command is not working, where subfoldername = "name of my sub-folder" I want to store my ...
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How to change the default location of the screen shot? [duplicate]

I use Command + Shift + 4 + Space to screen shot. But you know the default place of the screen shot is Desktop. So, how can I change the default location? I want to the location to be a custom ...
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Screenshot Save Destination [duplicate]

I am constantly using the command-shift-4 command to take a screenshot, since it is so easy, but it will always save to my Desktop, and I like having my Desktop clean. It is becoming a hassle to ...
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Automaticly file screenshots in folder on desktop [duplicate]

I take lots of screenshots that fill up my desktop very quickly, what im trying to do is set a system where all screenshots will automatically get saved to a screenshots folder on my desktop. Ive ...
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Save screenshot with custom name

When I save a screenshot I want to be able to specify any name I want (and maybe destination directory). Sharpshooter for mac does this, but it's a ridiculous $15. Cheaper alternatives?
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How do I take screenshots of the Touch Bar?

How do you take a screenshot of the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pros? Specifically, I need a way to take a picture similar to using Grab or the shortcut Cmd+Shift+3.
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Change Image Format of a Screenshot

Lets say I want to save my screenshots as a .jpg instead of .png. How would I do this? Is there a bash command I can enter or a setting I can toggle?
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Is it possible to change the file format of

I know that you can change the format used by ⌘⇧3 and ⌘⇧4 (SE answer and external source), but is it also possible to change the format of (uses TIFF)?
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Shortcut to take screenshot and save to specific folder

Is there any way I can get a specific keyboard shortcut to take a screenshot and save it to a particular folder ? The use case is quite simple: I listen to radio frequently and take screenshots of the ...
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Looking to take a fixed screenshot at intervals while changing the page in safari for a book

I am trying to screenshot all the pages of a textbook i have online. I am opening the book in safari, all i want is to automate in some way the ability to take a fixed location screenshot at intervals ...
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