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|Nov 28, 2012, 05:07 AM||#1|
Replicate the ios screenshot effect
I was wondering if anyone knew how to replicate the 'flash' effect of a screenshot of an ios device on a mac. I want to use it as visual feedback for shortcuts such as shift command 3.
|Nov 29, 2012, 10:26 AM||#2|
This may get you started:
Use a borderless NSWindow that fills the screen, and an embedded NSView (background color set to white) that fills the window.
Bring the window to the front/focus, then use core animation to fade it out. (And eventually close it. Don't forget to close it!)
|Nov 29, 2012, 11:15 PM||#3|
I'm not certain that its possible to receive any notification that a screenshot is taking place... Unless maybe you can moniter:
1 - the directory in finder where screenshots are kept (which you'd have to find from a preference plist hidden in library, no doubt)
2 - the user's clipboard for changes in the image data stored?
I do not believe you have any chance of an app with these features being sandboxable.
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