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System Prefs > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Screenshots You can set them to anything you like, so long as it doesn't conflict with any existing command.


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You can use the AssistiveTouch feature built into iOS. AssistiveTouch gives you a software equivalent of Home button which can be used to perform a variety of device operations. To enable AssistiveTouch go to Settings app → General → Accessibility → AssistiveTouch. Once enabled, you'll notice a gray colored translucent overlay button on your device screen. ...


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This solution works for me using Keyboard Maestro. Steps to do it: Create a new trigger: name it something like Screenshot Active Monitor Add a hot key trigger. I use Print Screen button on my keyboard (which is F13). You can use any shortcut that work for you. Add following actions to execute on the above keypress: 1. Type a combination of the keystrokes ...


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