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start recording. hold option key and press quicktime icon at dock. dimming disappears.


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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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just use 2 commands: defaults write com.apple.screencapture name "screenshot_$(date +%Y_%m_%d-%H_%M_%S)" defaults write com.apple.screencapture "include-date" 0 you can also change the default screenshot location (in my case this is a folder in iCloud) defaults write com.apple.screencapture location "~/Library/Mobile\ Documents/com\~apple\~CloudDocs/...


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Choose the fill colour button on the toolbar (red filled square in your screenshot), then open the colour palette with the button at the bottom of the popover, and set the opacity on the colour using the slider or entering a percentage (100% is fully opaque, 0% is fully transparent).


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Oddly enough, just waiting has resolved this issue for me. It seems to have fixed itself.


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In the Photos app on your iPhone: Tap the 'Albums' tab. Tap 'Screenshots'. Scroll to the bottom of the list, your AW screenshots will be there.


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