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Screenshot Shadow for Mac OS X Build Status

v1.0.3

By default, Mac OS X creates 112-pixel box shadows around screenshots. This command line tool allows users to enable/disable the creation of those box shadows when taking screenshots.

Screenshot Without Shadow

Screenshot without shadow

Screenshot With Shadow

Screenshot with shadow

Installation (Easiest)

  1. Download screenshot-shadow:

     curl -OL https://github.com/code-warrior/screenshot-shadow/raw/master/screenshot-shadow
    
  2. Change permissions:

     chmod 755 screenshot-shadow
    
  3. Move the binary into your local environment:

     sudo mv screenshot-shadow /usr/local/bin/
    
  4. Run the program:

     screenshot-shadow
    

Installation (Easy)

  1. Download and unzip screenshot-shadow-master.zip.

  2. Open The Terminal and navigate to the unzipped folder.

  3. Move the binary into your local environment:

     sudo mv screenshot-shadow /usr/local/bin
    
  4. Run screenshot-shadow from The Terminal:

     screenshot-shadow
    

Build

Simply run make from this project’s root folder. Alternatively, you can compile using gcc:

    gcc -Wall main.c -o screenshot-shadow

Verified On...

  • Mac OS X 10.13
  • Mac OS X 10.12
  • Mac OS X 10.11