I wanted to change the default Screen Shot App. In my new Fedora 23, Mate Desktop System. Because, for some odd reason. Mate Screen-Shot App. Continues to run in the Background. Every time you take a ScreenShot. It uses 1% of the CPU, for every Screen Shot, taken. I've noticed this, since around Fedora 18 and it still does this. And you can't even Kill the mate-screenshot Processes, in System Monitor. Like you can, with most any other running App or Process. I had set up Shutter as my Default, in my older Fedora Systems. And thought. That I just needed to setup the Keyboard Shortcut. To point to my choice, Shutter ScreenShot App. But, I couldn't see a way to do this, in the Keyboard Shortcut Settings. So then, I decided. To, just uninstall the mate-screenshot App. But, that was going to remove a bunch of other Mate Desktop Apps. That I want to keep. (See the ScreenShots Below).
Which showed, how to Add a new Keyboard Short Cut. In several Desktops...
I may want to go back to this Article. To setup Shutter, as the Default. On my other Systems. As up Upgrade them to Fedora 23. So, I'm made this Post. Maybe it will help someone else too...
(See the ScreenShots Below).
Mate Desktop change default screenshot app Fedora 23
- Mate Desktop change default screenshot app Fedora 23 - Google Search
- forums.mate-desktop.org • View topic - How to set margins on the MATE desktop?
- GitHub - mate-desktop/marco: The MATE window manager, fork of Metacity
- Mate Desktop change default screenshot app - Google Search
- 1 w good How To on Setting up Shutter as default - Shutter - Feature-rich Screenshot Tool
- Choose screenshot app in mate-default-applications · Issue #55 · mate-desktop/mate-control-center · GitHub