Install flameshot a simple to use screenshot application.
Inspect application details.
$ snap info flameshot
name: flameshot summary: Powerful yet simple to use screenshot software publisher: Jeremy Borgman (borgman-jeremy) store-url: https://snapcraft.io/flameshot license: unset description: | A powerful open source screenshot and annotation tool for Linux, Flameshot has a varied set of markup tools available, which include Freehand drawing, Lines, Arrows, Boxes, Circles, Highlighting, Blur. Additionally, you can customise the color, size and/or thickness of many of these image annotation tools. commands: - flameshot snap-id: zu6wU07bp76WpXA1NZhzV0hu2UnoS63R tracking: latest/stable refresh-date: today at 17:24 CEST channels: latest/stable: v12.1.0+git4.33f48f4a 2022-07-06 (183) 76MB - latest/candidate: v12.1.0+git4.33f48f4a 2022-07-06 (183) 76MB - latest/beta: v12.1.0+git4.33f48f4a 2022-07-06 (183) 76MB - latest/edge: v12.1.0+git4.33f48f4a 2022-07-06 (183) 76MB - installed: v12.1.0+git4.33f48f4a (183) 76MB -
$ sudo snap install flameshot
flameshot v12.1.0+git4.33f48f4a from Jeremy Borgman (borgman-jeremy) installed
It look like it uses
grim to make screenshots of Wayland desktops.
Use tray icon to open the launcher or configuration window.
You can also use terminal to grab a part of the screen.
I like it.