Why is the "file: You can also easily edit all your photos with simple, yet powerful tools. It is meant to be a simple and elegant replacement for using a file manager to deal with photos. At "auto-save-directory" type the desired directory in the following format: Anyone else bothered by this being the easiest way to achieve something so simple in Ubuntu? Please send any questions or Gnome-related concerns our way and we'll do what we can to help you.
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The only problem with this method is that, in case you have a file starting with the string "Screenshot", it will be moved to the desired path you've put above. Why is the "file: And in any case, following on from that, that entry in gconf-editor doesn't even seem to accurately reflect the last location, so more than likely an entry related to an older version of gnome-screenshot. Be aware that Gnome 3. At "auto-save-directory" type the desired directory in the following format: Launch it, choose Screenshot under the Extras category.
Description:Page 1 of 1. Today I noticed that it was redirecting to a folder within that folder and couldn't be reset. It was actually an empty subfolder in this case. Add this line, that create a permanent alias gss you can choose another alias name:. Terminal method should be listed first since it's simpler.