The Snapshot delay box allows you to enter an arbitrary time delay, in seconds, between the time that you press the button and the time that the snapshot is taken.
When a delay time has been set, you do not have to click the mouse button to capture a screenshot. This enables you to open a drop down menu, and take a picture of it.
Include window decorations is enabled by default in Window Under Cursor mode.
When you only want to capture the application itself without the surrounding window decoration, disable this option and take a new snapshot.
Include mouse pointer is disabled by default. This setting is not available in Rectangular Region and Freehand Region modes.
When you want to include the mouse pointer in your snapshot, enable this option and take a new snapshot.
There are four buttons located at the bottom of the KSnapshot window. Their function is described below.
Gives you a menu where you can open the , report a bug, switch the language for KSnapshot or get some more information and .
This will allow to directly open the snapshot with all programs that are associated with your PNG (Portable Network Graphics) MIME type. Depending on what programs are installed, you will be able to open and edit the snapshot in your graphics applications or viewers.
Furthermore, if you have the KIPI plugins installed you will be able to print your snapshots, e-mail them and export directly to some social networks and websites, as shown on the screenshot below.
When you want to edit your snapshot in a graphics application without saving the snapshot, just click (Ctrl+C) and insert the image into a viewer or graphics application.
Saves the screenshot to a file in the selected format.