On Fri, Jun 16, 2000 at 11:52:46AM +0100, David Murphy mentioned:
> > Have you played with Dia ? It's not Visio by a long shot, but it's
> > easier...and I for one do better work with "easier" packages, if I've no
> > intention on spending time with the docs..
> Perhaps for printing it would be all right, but it doesn't seem to
> save as anything other than its own format - even jpgs would be enough
> to allow sharing of diagrams.
It's hardly a justification, but GNOME comes with a lovely little applet
called "Screen shooter", which will let you draw a bounding box on your
screen, and save it as a jpg in your home directory. It's brilliant - you
aren't bound to either grab the whole desktop, or just a window of an
application. Very handy for grabbing window groups to show people what a
set of windows looks like, and including window decor etc.
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