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That keyboard shortcut shift-command-3, that takes a picture of the screen, has all of a sudden stopped working for me. Sometimes it will make a noise, but not save a pic to the desktop like it should and used to. Most of the time it won't even make the noise. I do put a lot of stuff on my powerbook and I'm not sure what could have affected it.

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It happened to me today when I installed the trial version of Snapz Pro X. I uninstalled this software, and then the screenshot combination was working again.

Make sure you remove any such third-party screenshot utilities, if you have any.
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Try a permissions repair first.

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Make sure that something didn't change the keyboard shortcut. Maybe something you downloaded has something with the same shortcut, and you had to re-enter it as what you wanted the new one to be.

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