I want to modify the command of PrintScreen key to one that takes the screenshoot and ask me the name of the file through a pop up window. From terminal below line did the job:
gnome-screenshot -f `zenity --entry`
But when I put that command in the keyboard shortcuts, it doesn’t work, nothing happens:
Note 1: How could I define in the command that saves the screenshot renamed in the Pictures folder?, I couldn’t do it. I tried:
gnome-screenshot -f "~/Pictures/"`zenity --entry` ** (gnome-screenshot:8259): CRITICAL **: 03:28:05.490: Unable to save the screenshot: Error opening file “/home/[username]/~/Pictures/PicTest”: No such file or directory
Note 2: I also notice that using the command I mentioned at the beginning, when I write the name it also takes the first string and the rest is ignored. Let’s say I call the pic taken as “Screenshot taken” then the pic is saved only as “Screenshot”
Thanks for your help.
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