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mate-screenshot: Option to add timestamp to filename #115

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jasonmacduffie opened this Issue Aug 21, 2015 · 3 comments

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Gnome screenshot automatically saves files with at timestamp, making it easy to order your files. I think it would be great if mate-screenshot did the same or something similar.

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mrosic Sep 8, 2015

I'm using Linux Mint 17.2 and this funcitonality was the default for Linux Mint 17.1!
With 17.2 the timestamps are gone and there is no option to enable the timestamps in the filename. Missing it a lot.

mrosic commented Sep 8, 2015

I'm using Linux Mint 17.2 and this funcitonality was the default for Linux Mint 17.1!
With 17.2 the timestamps are gone and there is no option to enable the timestamps in the filename. Missing it a lot.

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@mrosic mate-screenshot never did this so please report this problem to Mint ppl.

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infirit commented Sep 8, 2015

@mrosic mate-screenshot never did this so please report this problem to Mint ppl.

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Will be in the next 1.12 release.

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infirit commented Sep 8, 2015

Will be in the next 1.12 release.

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