[jitsi-dev] [jitsi] 'Create - Paste - Send' screenshot with Jitsi (#216)


#1

In Spark there is a feature to select an area on your screen, which is then pasted in the chat windows and send to the users in the active chat window This is a really useful feature we are using a lot in Spark It would be nice to see this implemented one day in jitsi too

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this would be a great function for this product

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#3

alternatively, make it possible to past image content copied to the clipboard directly into the chat window, sending it as an image via file transfer. Maybe easier to implement, and more universal!

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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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+1 +1 +1

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#6

But is possible to copy an image that not save on computer and paste into chat window ?

Like trillian.

For now, this image is obligatory save on computer.

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Le 30/01/2017 à 10:48, sven-cnrd a écrit :

alternatively, make it possible to past image content copied to the clipboard directly into the chat window, sending it as an image via file transfer. Maybe easier to implement, and more universal!


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#7

Thank's for your response :slight_smile:

You think that module will do implement in future ?

Copy - paste or button for screenshot.

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Le 03/02/2017 à 14:33, sven-cnrd a écrit :

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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