Based on our record, Flameshot seems to be more popular. It has been mentiond 12 times since March 2021. We are tracking product recommendations and mentions on Reddit, HackerNews and some other platforms. They can help you identify which product is more popular and what people think of it.
But I can't copy the image out, without drawing a rectangle around the image with a screen capture tool like flameshot. I can only copy the emacs image file path as shown above. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
Or flameshot It is similar to greenshot but the editor is built as part of the capture selection, for me it is more convenient. - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
Huh? What? Why? For example, I map CopyQ (if you've never used it, check it out, its a great clipboard manager) to F1. I can press F1 without looking. And, well, that works for me. I map F5 to Flameshot ("Powerful yet simple to use screenshot software" if you've never used it, check it out as well). - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
This may be too specialized for your interests, but I'd love to see a more fully-featured image editor/annotator for Flameshot. It's a screenshot tool that allows you to add text/blurring/arrows, etc. But it lacks some features that I like from Windows-only tools like snagit:. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
Flameshot has gotta be the best screenshot tool on Linux -- annotations, colors, and destination upload. It only has an Imgur upload destination though. - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago
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