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    Exclamation shift + command + 4 > make it save somewhere other than the Desktop?

    a own map knows this: shift + command + 4 to take a picture.
    but myquestion is, how can i configure :
    every time you take a picture, save by default on a specific folder please?

    thanks a lot !



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    shift + command + 3 = auto picture (saved on desktop)
    shift + command + 4 = picture by selection, click and hold, select area and release for a picture (saved on desktop too)

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    thanks.... and i know that !
    but i need
    when I press

    shift + command + 4

    and select the area... and take the picture...

    I realy need, to save that taked picture on and specific folder by default
    ... how can i do this ?

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    Found this on a blog

    defaults write com.apple.screencapture location /Full/Path/To/Folder
    Then copy everything before the first "/" and paste it into the Terminal. Then, make a new folder and drag it to the terminal window so that you have something like:

    defaults write com.apple.screencapture location /Users/hackint0sh/Pictures/Screenshots
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    so sorry.... could you write in english please,
    idont got it, sorry !

    thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by unjosnav View Post
    so sorry.... could you write in english please,
    idont got it, sorry !

    thanks
    Hi, Just make a folder where to put your screenshots and like n350z said, just open terminal and type:

    defaults write com.apple.screencapture location /Full/Path/To/Folder
    (Exam. /Users/icchansan/Pictures/Screenshots <- this is an example man, just type the real location in your computer)



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