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Three tools are included, one that allows us to take screenshots of all the content with cmd+shift+3. Another one that allows us to make a selection with cmd+shift+4 and finally one that allows us to select only elements of the interface using the previous combination plus the space bar.
But if you work with screenshots and need something more complex than this, Screenshot PSD may be the ideal solution. A program that adds an extra function to the already known ones: CMD+SHIFT+5.
What does this function do? It creates a screenshot of all the content that is currently displayed on our desktop but the final result is slightly different from what we know because saves the result to a psd file (Photosop) and even more interesting than that, it saves all the interface elements as separate layers in that file.
The result? A psd file with multiple layers that we can easily edit and modify at will, whether we want to modify the capture, or simply extract an element from it. Its price is 2.69 euros .