ScreenShot is mode to automate taking a screenshot.
Taking a screenshot and uploading a server are cumbersome. So let’s automate them.
Put Lisp:screenshot.el in your load-path, add
(require 'screenshot) (setq screenshot-schemes ; edit as you like '( ;; To local image directory ("local" :dir "~/images/") ; Image repository directory ;; To current directory ("current-directory" ; No need to modify :dir default-directory) ;; To remote ssh host ("remote-ssh" :dir "/tmp/" ; Temporary saved directory :ssh-dir "www.example.org:public_html/archive/" ; SSH path :url "http://www.example.org/archive/") ; Host URL prefix ;; To EmacsWiki (need yaoddmuse.el) ("EmacsWiki" ; Emacs users' most familiar Oddmuse wiki :dir "~/.yaoddmuse/EmacsWiki/" ; same as yaoddmuse-directory :yaoddmuse "EmacsWiki") ; You can specify another Oddmuse Wiki ;; To local web server ("local-server" :dir "~/public_html/" ; local server directory :url "http://127.0.0.1/"))) ; local server URL prefix (setq screenshot-default-scheme "local") ; default scheme is "local"
M-x screenshot prepares to take a screenshot. It prompts for a image file name and a scheme name. Then set up screen and press C-c C-c! Emacs invokes import command (ImageMagick) and save the screenshot to local. Finally Emacs uploads it to remote server ASYNCHRONOUSLY (via scp or Yaoddmuse).
After taking a screenshot, the URL of the image are ready to yank. Press C-y!
All below option can customize by: M-x customize-group RET screenshot RET
‘screenshot-schemes’ is a list to contain schemes. Edit as you like.
`screenshot-take-delay` is delay time to take a screenshot. It is recommend to have a delay time to enable us to take a screenshot of other application.