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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 15:51:19 +0200
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Gottfried <> [2023-04-20T13:28:05+0200]:
> [[PGP Signed Part:Undecided]]
> Hi,
> thanks for help.
> it works,

Great news!

> Near the volume icon there appear two icons, both are flameshot.
> I didn’t see those icons earlier, because they are in grey colour
> without anything on them, so they don’t stand out.
> I don’t know why two instead of one, but it doesn’t matter.
> It works, as you described, and that’s the most important.

Perhaps you can right-click on one of these icons to get a menu.
Normally, you should see an element like Quit on that menu.


> thanks very much
> Kind regards
> Gottfried
> Am 20.04.23 um 12:20 schrieb Sergiu Ivanov:
>> 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).
>> -
>> Sergiu
>>> 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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