Use the timer option in the new screenshot popup app.
Cmd ⌘ Shift ⇧ 5
Select Capture Entire Screen on the left & 5 seconds from the Options menu
During that 5s countdown, hit Cmd ⌘ Tab ⇥
The resulting image will contain the switcher [intentionally tiny picture]
Interestingly, whilst composing this answer I discovered you ...
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 ...
The error message is telling you that the shell (bash) is expecting the first expression on the command line to be a program, script, or shell built-in. com.apple.screencapture is none of those.
The command you are missing is defaults, with a sub-command of write, like so:
defaults write com.apple.screencapture location /Users/mac/Documents/Zoology/edited\ ...
In even older versions of MacOS (I did this in 10.11 El Capitan), you can use the Grab tool, found in the Utilities folder.
Launch the Grab application.
From the menu, select Capture > Timed Screen.
Click Start Timer, and hold down Cmd + Tab for about 10 seconds until the Grab dialog disappears and the screen flashes.
Save the capture. Grab saves in TIFF ...
You can use the timer from the default app Screenshot in macOS.
Open the application.
Then, select the 10 s or 5s timer.
Also, prefer to take fullscreen
Click on 10s and then press your Application Switcher and wait.
It will take the required screenshot
Update: Apparently there's an improved built-in screenshot tool available in the recent versions of macOS, i.e. macOS Mojave and macOS Catalina (and as discussed in the other answers). The approach mentioned below using QuickTime Player tool works in macOS releases prior to macOS Mojave too.
Is it possible to take a screenshot of the app switcher? I'm ...
Natively available in iOS 13
This functionality is now built into iOS 13 by Apple. Safari running in iOS 13 lets you screenshot the entire webpage as a single continuous image.
To do that, open the desired webpage in Safari, and simply take a screenshot as you would normally do on your device, and tap on the thumbnail shown immediately shown towards the ...
Starting with Xcode 11 beta 4, you can use the xcrun simctl command to set the time and battery in the Simulator.
xcrun simctl status_bar <device> override --time "9:41" \
--batteryState charged --batteryLevel 100
Example of usage:
xcrun simctl status_bar "iPhone 11 Pro Max" override --time "9:41" \
--batteryState charged --batteryLevel 100
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):
Run brew install webkit2png and then run a command like this:
webkit2png -F -W 1280 https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/334689/screenshot-entire-web-page
-F creates a full-size screenshot. -W changes the width of the browser window (the default is 800).
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 ...
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, ...
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 ...
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 ...
None of the previous answers worked for me but, with Mojave, this one did the trick.
Instead of doing Command+Shift+3:
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.
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. ...
You can try the following option:
$ cd ~/Library/Containers/
$ mv com.apple.QuickTimePlayerX/ com.apple.QuickTimePlayerX.backup/
$ ln -s /Volumes/<NAME_OF_VOLUME>/com.apple.QuickTimePlayerX/ .
If the above option didn't help, then I would suggest you to:
Check the first comment on this page shared by bmike.
Record the whole screen video. QuickTime Player provides a screen recording function, and there are other screen recording software out there.
While it's going, perform the app switch and the rest of your procedure. Stop and save the recording. Play it back, and export frames or screenshot a paused part to grab the desired image. Make sure that it's ...