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  • Jennifer Nguyen, 12 days ago

    Yeah, keyboard shortcuts are really effective. I don't see why importing screenshots is a big deal (it literally takes 2 seconds to copy and paste using your keyboard shortcuts). I usually do Cmd+Ctrl+Shift+4, which activates the "special" screenshot mode = you instantly take a screenshot and it automatically gets copied, and then you go into sketch and do Cmd+V, and it pastes it into Sketch/Figma/etc

    I see that you mentioned below about recognizing the screenshot size. What's your use case for needing to recognize the screenshot size? I usually use screenshots as a source of reference or inspiration but nothing more than that so size does not matter for me.

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    • Arcangelo Fiore, 12 days ago

      What's your flow if u want take a screenshot from your iPhone and import directly into an open document in a predefined sketch artboard?

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      • Jennifer Nguyen, 11 days ago

        That's currently not a use case I've experienced. I haven't found myself in a situation where I use my iPhone at work. I'm the type of designer who only does work at work. I don't do work outside of work, I keep home life very separate and shut my brain off from thinking about work. So since I only do work at work, I have a laptop for that and find inspiration/take screenshots off my laptop.

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  • Scott ThomasScott Thomas, 15 days ago

    I just take a screenshot and past it into sketch or just drag a shit load of them onto my board and arrange them. I wouldn't say anything really annoying. What is your use case?

    To alter your screenshots from saving from a file to just copy in your clipboard.

    ⌘ + Shift + 5 Click on options, select Clipboard under "save to". Take your screenshot then ⌘ + V into sketch.

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