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I searched and I found out how to take screen shots:
  • Cmd + Shift + 3 for the whole screen
  • Cmd + Shift + 4 to "select" a part of the screen
  • Cmd + Shift + 4 then Space for a window

So I was all excited about that, but then, after taking the shot, I had no clue where to paste it to!

Help?

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yeah, that's here too:
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they should just drop on your desktop by default...

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yeah, that's here too:
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they should just drop on your desktop by default...

Duh! I just noticed they were there. I didn't see them at first because of the open windows.

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PS: I was thinking in window-ese, I was searching for something like paint.

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