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Timestamp overlay on screenshot

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Posted:  07 May 2016 08:41
This is a make or break feature for me. I need a timestamp on the screenshot, preferably in user defined position, format and size/color
Posted:  09 May 2016 08:44
This is available in options.
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Posted:  09 May 2016 08:59
You mean downloading a exe on Linux/Mac?
Posted:  09 May 2016 09:04
This option is available only on Windows. However, you can setup the filename template to include this info.
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Posted:  09 May 2016 09:07
It is essential to have the timestamp in many use cases. Filename alone isn't sufficient.
Posted:  23 Dec 2018 00:05
I can confirm that FireShot's advice from May 2016 remains inaccurate as of December 2018. FireShot stated "this is available in options." This is inaccurate. When you click on the options, it downloads an EXE. On a Mac. FireShot on Chrome on a Mac opens an EXE file. You cannot open EXE files on a Mac.
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