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 ...
I found a simple solution to prevent QuickTime ScreenRecorder from dimming your desktop (e.g. when in fullscreen Keynote Presentation mode). After you start your screenrecording, and go into fullscreen mode with Keynote, hit the lock button on your touchbar to put your monitor to sleep. Then wake up your computer and the screen will no longer be dim. You'...
There is another flexible while mostly unwieldy way to do this.
1. recording your all page content with quicktime and save it to a video file
2. export frames as images from the video file with final cut pro x
3. combine all images into a lengthy panorama with photoshop, namely the full screenshot of the page
I actually just got this problem, it was caused by my Desktop being locked for some reason. It may be worth checking whether that is the case.
More broadly, you can view your Mac's screenshot logs by launching the Console. The process you're looking for is screencaptureui. For me, with this error, I got a message:
error 07:34:49.747167 -0400 ...
I don't want to take the time now to actually do it, so I'll just point you in the directions I would take. If better answers become available, we can just delete this one :-)
There are two region capturing methods native to the Mac, one saves the file (Desktop by default, but can be anywhere) and one just puts it in your clipboard (some temp file somewhere ...
You can open the image with Preview and build your own sticky. Under the Tools menu go to Annotate and select a rectangle. Adjust size of rectangle and then set fill color to yellow and the line color to none. This results in a yellow rectangle. Now under Annotate select text. This puts a small text box on your image. Move this to inside yellow box and type ...
If you have a MacBook Pro with TouchBar, touching the Option key at any window will replace the STOP button on TouchBar with a nice PAUSE button.
This is a new slick integration that actually helps you pause the recording without moving your mouse, or focusing into QuickTime window (which I could not figure out how to do).
What worked for me on macOS Mojave to have screenshots saved to my Desktop instantaneously, was to uncheck Show Floating Thumbnail from the Options menu when pressing ⇧⌘5.
This change carried over to the other screenshot keyboard shortcuts too.
Note that I still allow Spotlight to index my Desktop too.
Didn't realise that keyboard shortcut was asked. Jump right to the last para.
You can look at the screenshot in the bottom right corner of the screen. If you think that the SS was taken fine, you can swipe right on it with two fingers(like in Safari) and it will be saved at that moment.
You can edit it(or maybe not) by clicking on it and then done and ...