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How to change where screenshots are saved on Mac
Taking a screenshot on a Mac is effortless. Simply hold down Command-Shift-3 to capture the entire screen, or Command-Shift-4 to capture a highlighted area. You can even hold down Command-Shift-4 and then hit the space bar to screenshot a specific window or menu.

The only annoying part is that screenshots are saved to the desktop by default, which creates a cluttered mess if you take a lot of screenshots. The good news is that there is an easy solution for changing the location where screenshots are saved.
apple  mac_os_x  screenshot  tip  terminal 
august 2017 by rtopitt
Flickr: Microcopy
A collection of screenshots displaying examples of microcopy in web application design. Microcopy is tiny copy (often shorter than a sentence) that helps clarify, explain, reduce commitment, or otherwise assuage someone when performing (or considering) a task. For more on microcopy, check out:
redação  cópia  webdesign  texto  flickr  exemplo  screenshot  grupo  design  formulário  usabilidade  tip  gallery 
december 2009 by rtopitt
Ruby Screenshot of the Week #21: ActiveRecord Completion - Tor Norbye's Weblog
Mostra como funciona(rá) o auto-completion de código referente ao ActiveRecord no Netbeans 6 para Ruby
auto-completion  ide  netbeans  ruby  screenshot  tip  programming 
may 2009 by rtopitt

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