Microsoft Windows Help
In this page you can find possible solutions for issues on Windows. This page probably needs frequent update, so if something was outdate, please report it here.
🔗 Keyboard shortcuts
🔗 How to disable Windows Snipping tool when I press PrintScreen
As kindly explained by one of our users, you can disable the built-in snipping tool by going to Windows Settings -> Ease of Access -> Keyboard -> Scroll down to "Print Screen Shortcut" and turn off the "Use the Prtscn button to open screen snipping":
🔗 Setting up custom shortcut to start Flameshot
Windows is pretty limitted, but there is a way to make windows to run a software based on a keybinding. To do this, you have to:
- create a shortcut file (right-click on Desktop > New > Shortcut)
- in the "Target" field, add the software you want to run with keybinding (in this case the path to the
- in the "Shortcut key" field, type the keybinding you want (e.g
Ctrl + Alt + p)
For a more detailed instruction, visit this article from the Digital Citizen.
🔗 CommandLine Interface
For the time being, the Commandline Interface (CLI) is not implemented for Windows. you can follow the progress in the dedicated feature request.