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No need to install any new software just do this convert -resize 50% myfigure.png myfigure.jpg or convert myfigure.png -resize 200x100 myfigure.jpg
open the image in ImageMagick. click on the image command box will be open. view->resize enter the pixel you want. click on resize button. File-> save, enter the name. click on Format button choose the format you want and click select button. click on save button. another option is select view -> original image and Drag the corners of the image to resize ...
sudo apt-get install python-imaging now installs Pillow not PIL. As for selftest.py, you may need to check out the source to run it. And of course, you need to install the dependencies if you want PIL to support them e.g. sudo apt-get install libjpeg libjpeg-dev libfreetype6 libfreetype6-dev zlib1g-dev To run a version of PIL newer than is included in ...
You can also use combination of Shift and PrtScr buttons to take screen-shot of a specific area with user-defined dimensions. Just press the combination and use the modified-cursor ( it becomes similar to a plus sign ) to choose the area for screen-shot.
You can take screenshots with scrot command line screen capture utility: scrot -s or scrot -ub -d 5 The second command puts a border around the selected window, which has a nice width in relation to the size of the window. The -d 5 option stands for delay and gives you a delay of 5 seconds to select the window to be in the screenshot. See more ...
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