Linked by David Adams on Thu 28th Apr 2005 07:05 UTC
Mac OS X OSNews reviews Apple's latest OS upgrade. Is it an overpriced, glorified point release or a truly worthy upgrade with major new functionality? Is it a Longhorn killer or just more of the same? We'll take a look, and try to see what's on the surface as well as what's under the hood.
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RE: Screencapture in OS X & HTML editing
by flyermoney on Thu 28th Apr 2005 15:12 UTC

Mac OS X users need no additional software for screen captures, it's built into the OS:

Copy to a PDF file (Tiger does PNG files):

shift-command-3: screenshot
shift-command-4: screenshot of a selection
shift-command-4, then space: screenshot of a window

Copy to the clipboard:

ctrl-shift-command-3: screenshot
ctrl-shift-command-4: screenshot of a selection
ctrl-shift-command-4, then space: screenshot of a window

One can use the supplied Grab application in Applications/Utilities for timed screenshots, if needed.

TextEdit has a few shortcomings for editing HTML, granted, but one can download BareBones' TextWrangler for free, which has the basic bells and whistles for code editing...