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greenshot:jumpshare [2017/03/14 23:46] alexgreenshot:jumpshare [2021/05/21 19:22] – old revision restored (2014/02/26 21:03)
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 ====== How to upload images from Greenshot to Jumpshare ====== ====== How to upload images from Greenshot to Jumpshare ======
-*** Unfortunately this approach doesn't work anymore since Jumpshare update broke the drag'n'drop feature and it looks like Jumpshare is not willing to fix that ***+Jumpshare.com has released Windows app that supports uploading images by drag-n-drop, however this can currently be directly included into Greenshot (I have requested the missing upload feature, let's see how that pans out).
-[[https://jumpshare.com|Jumpshare.com]] has released an updated Windows app that supports running the exe with a filename as argument to upload the file. +The easiest way to upload a screenshot to Jumpshare is to use Copy to Clipboard and choose upload from Clipboard in the Jumpshare tray app.
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-This works directly with Greenshot, all you have to do is to configure the path of your Jumpshare installation as an external program in Greenshot, e.g. C:\Users\(yourname)\AppData\Local\Jumpshare\Jumpshare.exe (check the target of the desktop icon link if you are not sure) and you will get an export icon for Jumpshare. +
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-{{:greenshot:greenshot_jumpshare.png?nolink|}} +
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-{{:greenshot:jumpshare_icon.png?nolink|}} +
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-(yes, I know you can take screenshots with Jumpshare directly, but I am a big fan of Greenshot, so I'm sticking with that)+