Yes, I know that currently Images need to be saved the the computer first, so that they can be sent as a file attachment. But I honestly think that is too much work if you only want to send someone a screenshot.
I am working in the IT, so I need to send screenshots to my colleagues very often, to vizualize what I am writing about. Currently we are using Spark (https://www.igniterealtime.org/projects/spark/) as Messenger. In Spark you can either paste image content directly into the chat window (e.g. copied from MS Paint or the Windows Snipping Tool) or you can also make a screenshot directly with Spark (as shown in the opening post of this Thread). Both variants will lead to a picture being sent as a file.
What I was suggesting was to add this functionality to jitsi as well. But since I think it is harder to implement an own screenshot module into jitsi, maybe it would be easier to only accept picture content from the clipboard. For me (as a jitsi-user) both variants would be fine, since both are quick ways to send screenshots.
BTW: Since Spark is also open source and written in Java the Spark client could be used as a reference implementation...
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