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shotgun (screenshot utility) VS Flameshot

Compare shotgun (screenshot utility) VS Flameshot and see what are their differences


Minimal X screenshot utility written in Rust

Powerful yet simple to use screenshot software for Linux.
shotgun (screenshot utility) Landing Page
shotgun (screenshot utility) Landing Page
Flameshot Landing Page
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shotgun (screenshot utility) details

Categories
Note Taking Screenshot Annotation Image Annotation
Website github.com  
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Flameshot details

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Screenshot Annotation Screenshots Image Annotation
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Category Popularity beta

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What are some alternatives?

When comparing shotgun (screenshot utility) and Flameshot, you can also consider the following products

maim - maim (Make IMage) is a spiritual successor to scrot — a simplistic CLI-friendly screenshot tool.

ShareX - ShareX is a free and open source program that lets you capture or record any area of your screen...

Nimbus Screenshot - Take screenshots and record video from your screen

Greenshot - Greenshot is a free and open source screenshot tool that allows annotation and highlighting using the built-in image editor.

Gnome Screenshot - GNOME Screenshot is a utility used in the GNOME desktop environment for taking screenshots.

LightShot - The fastest way to take a customizable screenshot.

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