The new version of Peek brings bug fixes and improvements to the app code.
Having a tool to help with that tutorial where only the words aren't enough, always welcome, isn't it? Peek is one of those tools.
Peek is a simple screen recorder to make it easy to create small screencasts that can be saved in GIF, WEbM or MP4.
Many of the tutorials shown here on the blog at some point used Peek.
The application was virtually 1 year without updates, has now received major bugfixes and improvements, as well as an apology from its developer.
Some of these news were:
App menu has been moved to the inside of it;
The new application cone now follows the same guidelines as GNOME;
Improved error messages shown in GNOME Shell recording;
Fixed a double recording error using ffmpeg;
Updated translations, Brazilian Portuguese entered the package;
To check out all the improvements and news, just click here. If you are interested in using Peek, you can go here and choose the best way to install in your district. At the time the article is made, the AppImage version has not yet been released and the Flatpak version is still at version 1.3.1. Apart from the source code, which needs to be compiled, only the PPA version is at version 1.4.0. The snap version is no longer maintained by the developer. UPDATE: Flatpak has been updated to version 1.4.0. This article does not end here, keep exchanging an idea there in our forum.
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