Screen capture program
'xgrabsc' takes arbitrary rectangular images from an X server and writes them to standard output in a variety of formats. The default format is grey-scale non-encapsulated PostScript with image compression. Command line options allow reduction of colormaps, halftoning and dithering of color images, and direct mapping of color images to monochrome. The program is similar to xwd but has a graphical user interface, more ways of selecting which part of the screen to capture, & different types of output: Postscript, color Postscript, xwd, bitmap, pixmap, & puzzle.
DocumentationUser README available from http://web.mit.edu/afs/athena/contrib/graphics/src/xgrabsc/
released on 6 November 1995
15 November 2001
Leaders and contributors
|Hal R. Brand||Contributor|
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 2 January 2017.
2.41 stable released 1995-11-06
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