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


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. ...


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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