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hey guys and gals. well easy question but i cant find the answer. when i took a screenshot before the image would pop on the desktop but now. i cant even find it can someone help me or point out where it would be? i have no idea and went thourgh most of my folders and cant find it even in spotlight.
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hey guys and gals. well easy question but i cant find the answer. when i took a screenshot before the image would pop on the desktop but now. i cant even find it can someone help me or point out where it would be? i have no idea and went thourgh most of my folders and cant find it even in spotlight.
What keys you pressing? Remember it's Apple-Shift-3 for Full Screen, Apple-Shift-4 for a selector and Apple-Shift-4 then SpaceBar to only do the active window.

It always shows on the desktop. Stock it's always picture 1, picture 2, ETC.
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omg i was pressing apple,control,shift, 3. it still makes the clicking noise so iwas like wtf , rawr sorry for the noobishness. thanks though
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Never a problem! We all were noobs at one point. Glad I could help.

The Apple-Control-Shift-3 does a screen shot the Windows way to the Clipboard. That is why it makes the sound. It's on the Clipboard.
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