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Go to: System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Screenshots Uncheck: Screenshot and recording options


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But, are there any keyboard shortcuts that can scroll a webpage or any other pages and get the screen capture? No, there's no built-in mechanism in Safari/macOS to scroll and screenshot an entire webpage. You'll either need to manually scroll, snap and stitch the images or write a script, both of which could be cumbersome. You can do a Web search and find ...


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Press commandShift5 to bring up the Screenshot menu Uncheck Options > Show Floating Thumbnail This will prevent it from showing up. This will also disable the ~5 second saving delay (screenshots will be saved immediately).


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Preview, built into macOS, has a few tools for doing this. First, open the image in Preview (the default app for images), then choose the Annotate button on the toolbar. Options for obfuscating: Use a selection tool to make a selection on the image, then press Backspace to delete that area. For filetypes which support transparency, the area will be removed,...


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Safari now has a ScreenCapture feature built-in, as explained in the article Full Page Screenshots in Browsers: In Safari DevTools, select a node, right-click, and you'll see Capture Screenshot in the context menu. There isn't a keyboard shortcut AFAIK, but it is available without additional third-party software. To capture the entire page, you would ...


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This can be accomplished using an Automator Service bound to a custom keyboard shortcut, as follows: Open Automator (/Applications/Utilities/Automator.app) and create a new Service. At the top, set this service to receive no input in any application. Use the search bar on the left side to find the Run AppleScript action and drag it into the main workflow ...


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tl;dr Open the terminal and write defaults write com.apple.screencapture location ~/Desktop defaults write com.apple.screencapture target file killall SystemUIServer Explanation Being on Mac OS 10.14 (Mojave), I ran into the same issue. At one point the screenshot shortcuts 'would not work' anymore. (I was able to save a screenshot to clipboard using ...


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As of Mojave 10.14.2 version, you can change "Save to" destination by entering screenshot mode (press screenshot key on touchbar or Command+Shift+5), then you'd see quick tools (region selection, etc). Go to Options -> Save to... -> Other location... and choose desired location for your screenshots. Now all screenshot (even those you process with quick ...


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I know this is an older post but in case you run across this answer and you're using High Sierra, you can open a .mov file in Photos and export as video which will save it as an m4v file (which can easily be renamed to .mp4 in Finder afterwards).


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The domain is com.apple.screencapture and the key is show-thumbnail. So: defaults write com.apple.screencapture show-thumbnail -bool TRUE and defaults write com.apple.screencapture show-thumbnail -bool FALSE


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The app Skitch has a visually appealing 'pixellate' tool that you can use to obfuscate sections of an image:


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Use the keyboard shortcut Command + Shift + 5 to invoke the screen capture app. Click on Options and check if the Save to location is set correctly.


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This prompt has to do with Skitch's ability to upload/sync screenshots to Evernote. Because you don't have this configured, it's asking if you're sure you want to quit without having done this synchronization. To disable this behavior you can go under Skitch → Preferences and select the Sync tab and change the preferences so that Skitch will only do ...


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Using the log utility in Terminal you should be able to identify what exactly happened. If you don't know the exact second that this happened go into Language and Region System Prefences settings and click the "Advanced Settings" button then go to "Times" tab and drag the blue box next to "Second:" in the "Time Elements" section up into the first line ...


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As of Mojave 10.14.2 version, you can change "Save to" destination by entering screenshot mode (press screenshot key on touchbar or Command+Shift+5), then you'd see quick tools (region selection, etc). Go to Options -> Save to... -> Other location... and choose desired location for your screenshots. Now all screenshot (even those you process with quick ...


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You can take screenshots instantly by turning off the thumbnail preview. This can be achieved by opening the screenshot utility and uncheck the "Show Floating Thumbnail" button. (3rd last option from below) The options also allow you to set a timer for taking screenshots.


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Look in System Preferences/Keyboard/Shortcuts/Screenshots to see if that key is set as a shortcut to take a screenshot. Maybe it got set accidentally.


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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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None of the previous answers worked for me but, with Mojave, this one did the trick. Instead of doing Command+Shift+3: perform Command+Shift+5 In the Options, make sure "Desktop" or "Other Location" is selected Also make sure that "Remmember Last Selection" is checked Perform a "Capture" Then, next time you will do Command+Shift+3, it should be working.


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OK. I got a solution here by using mutiple desktops in mission control on Mac. Quicktime will only dim one desktop at a time. Just create a spared desktop dedicated to Quicktime, and keep your work in a sperate desktop. Here is my set up: I have two monitors, one for work(Monitor 1), one for screen recording(Monitor 2). On monitor 1(working monitor): 1....


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I'm not sure what has prompted it to default to 'whole window' - usually 'selected area' is the default, however, tapping the Space Bar should toggle the behaviour back & forth for that session.


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You can use the built in QuickTime Player.app in macOS to record screen. Follow the instructions in the Apple support article, Record your screen. Open QuickTime Player app by going to Launchpad → Other or by searching for QuickTime in Spotlight. Once the app is open, in the Menu bar go to File → New Screen Recording or alternatively use the ...


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The general practise is to open the image with Preview.app and use the drawing tools to obfuscate the sensitive information. The drawing tools can be accessed from the toolbar or from Tools → Annotate options under Menu bar.


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Understanding the OP doesn’t want third party tools, many others will want this, so there are a couple of easy ways to do this using a mac. Paparazzi! app - opens a window. Just paste the URL to capture the entire web page. The File menu has "Save Image As" to save the whole web page. With tools like folder actions, you can then print, file, or do whatever ...


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Dimension is the actual height and width of the image in pixels. Resolution (or DPI) is the number of pixels in a square inch.


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As with any script that tries to control the UI, this script is brittle and relies on sufficient delays to give the Quick Look window time to form and the image to be painted. Although the script does check for the window's existence, it cannot check to make sure that the contents of the window has been painted, so I have had variable results in testing, ...


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In the absence of an app that allows overlaying screen recording and a rear camera recording simultaneously (odd why the app makers didn't provide an option to select the rear camera instead of just the front facing camera), here is a workaround I found. Record the screen recording using the iOS screen recorder Record the rear camera video using the iOS ...


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Currently there is no way to change the default app that opens a particular file type, hyperlink, etc. However, many 3rd party apps allow you to import and/or open photos, videos etc directly from their default locations without first having to transfer the files via iTunes or an online cloud service. With regard to VLC, if you don't want to connect your ...


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As far as I know the exact thing you are trying to do is not natively possible in the current version of macOS Mojave. The current modifiers that do exist for the screenshot tool are as follows: Holding shift moves only one of the sides of the capture area. Holding option scales up all sides of the capture area from the center. Holding space allows you to ...


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You can also copy to clipboard with command+control+shift+3 for the whole screen command+control+shift+4 for a part of the screen command+control+shift+4 followed by space for a single window and then paste the screenshot in a messaging application. As far as I see Skype for Business does not allow images in the chat. So you will have to use email or some ...


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