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Cleopix is a new screenshot app available for Ubuntu.

Thursday, January 10, 2013

cleiopixCleopix takes a more ‘basic’ approach to screenshot taking, offering a simple three button interface as a front to the same ‘gnome-screenshot’ utility used by Ubuntu’s default app.

There’s no Unity integration or app-indicator support. In fact there aren’t even any Preferences or Options that allow you to  assign a keyboard shortcut to “trigger” the app in the way that “print screen” works.

The app is purely a functional ‘open, select, save’ style tool.

But none of this is a necessarily a drawback.

For someone who just wants to snap, save and be done Cleopix could be perfect.
But for power users Cleopix offers nothing that the default tool, or rivals, doesn’t.
Cleopix is available to install in Ubuntu 12.04 through the Ubuntu Software Center.

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