Desktop operating system from Apple always is simple to set up and use – for that many owners of Mac and OS X. But like some of the implicit function OSes still do not know. Today will talk about how to make a “long” screenshot on a Mac using the standard tools of the system.
For most users it is no secret that the Shift + Command + 3 makes screenshot, and Shift + Command + 4 gives you the opportunity to photograph a certain area. But what to do with the “subtle” elements? Drop-down menu, system messages – all this is impossible to capture the screenshot. But even for such purposes in the native OS X have tool. To make a “long” screenshot, run standard utility Screenshot (Grab).
In Control Panel, choose the menu picture (Capture), and then click on the picture with a delay (Timed screen).
Next, the screen will start the timer menu – you will have 10 seconds to shoot the screen.
After a screenshot just to save a file in any convenient place – the program automatically saves a screenshot in .tiff format.