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Re: to enable all profiles at login time

From: Sergiu Ivanov
Subject: Re: to enable all profiles at login time
Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2023 12:20:44 +0200
User-agent: mu4e 1.10.2; emacs 28.2

Hi Gottfried,

Gottfried <> [2023-04-20T12:11:16+0200]:
> [[PGP Signed Part:Undecided]]
> Hi,
> I installed flameshot, but it doesn’t open.
> I tried it beforehand with guix shell flameshot and it worked not
> completely, but somehow.
> But now, after installation it doesn’t open at all.

When run without any command line arguments, Flameshot installs a tray
icon, near the volume icon and the Network Manager icon in my case.
To make a screenshot, I click on the icon, which dims the screen and
allows me to draw a rectangle to show the region I want to capture.

I have just discovered that you can run the "flameshot gui" command,
which has the same effect as clicking on the tray icon.  Maybe you could
try this option if you don't see the tray icon appear.

> Do you have guix system or are you on an other distro?

Yes, I run Guix System (and EXWM as the window manager).


> Am 17.04.23 um 20:32 schrieb Sergiu Ivanov:
>> Hi Gottfried,
>> I have nothing to add about your main question but :
>> Gottfried <> [2023-04-17T14:45:28+0200]:
>>> How do you create this screenshot with the red arrow?
>> I use Flameshot, which comes in the package aptly named flameshot.
>> This program lets you choose the part of the screen to capture, and
>> allows you to add some basic graphics, e.g. arrows, text, shapes, etc.
>> GIMP is good, and I also use it for screenshots from time to time,
>> but
>> Flameshot is often much faster to use.
>> -
>> Sergiu

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