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I have an HTPC where I watch tutorials on youtube or wherever, but the cheap BT keyboard I have for this doesn't sport a PS button.

I want to take screenshots on this machine to my Dropbox so I can access on other machines

I checked out most of the Chrome addons which promised to do this, they were all useless for this.

The only slightly-useful one I found was SS-Extension but its clunky and manual to drop DB.

Is there any way I can do this just a right-click - save to DB?

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you can try CloudShot - install / portable - where you are allowed to assign a hotkey for your screenshot

  • terrific ! Just what the Dr. ordered :) – killjoy Jul 12 '18 at 23:42
  • Please stop answering off-topic questions. Flag them to be closed instead. – jonsca Jul 13 '18 at 3:28
  • @jonsca I am pretty sure that my history says that I flag a lot... and up to date I answered 2-3 such questions out of ~80... this one wasnt marked as offtopic at that time and cant rly predict if there isnt "web-app" answer for it... I just seen it and answered it on the fly with most suitable and effective answer to my knowledge. delete it if you need so. – user0 Jul 13 '18 at 3:58
  • @user0 The question specifically was asking for a Chrome extension or an application. It just seemed to me that lately you had been squeezing in a few answers when the questions were already on their way to being closed. While there's absolutely nothing wrong with trying to be helpful, answering just sets a bad precedent because people will start posting off-topic questions in the hope that they get answered anyway before they are closed. – jonsca Jul 13 '18 at 22:31
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    @killjoy Which "sub-domain" are you asking about? Our site? This one was started around 7 years ago already. It was one of the very first to graduate from the Area 51 process (area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/57/web-applications) The page stackexchange.com/sites is a list of all the sites on SE. Hope you find some great ones! – jonsca Jul 31 '18 at 23:27

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