If you ever experience any unexpected behavior, please let us know! We can only fix the problems that we know about. Likewise, if you have a suggestion for a feature request, we'd love to know what you think using our tell doom tool.
In Marvin, there is a bug icon in the upper-right corner of every page, which will initiate the support request process. You'll be given the option to automatically take a screen capture, but you can also add one later (details below). Complete the form, add any additional screenshots, and click send. If you provided an email address, you'll receive a confirmation of your request.
From our website, you can also reach us using the submit a request page.
Marvin will attempt to automatically take a screenshot, but if you have multiple monitors, a lot of windows open, or sensitive material that you need to censor, you can instead take one manually and add it to your report.
Use the keyboard shortcuts below to take a screenshot, which will be saved to your desktop.
|capture entire screen||Press shift+cmd+3|
|capture portion of screen||Press shift+cmd+4, then move the crosshairs to where you want to start the screenshot. Next, click (and hold) the mouse/trackpad while dragging it over the area to capture, and then release the button.|
|capture a window||Press shift+cmd+4, then press the space bar. Move the pointer over the window to highlight it, and then click the mouse/trackpad.|
Tip: macOS defaults to creating PNG images for screenshots, which are unnecessarily large files. You can change this using the Terminal command below.
- Open Terminal
defaults write com.apple.screencapture type jpg
- Click Enter
Now, your screenshots will be smaller JPG files.
Use the keyboard shortcuts below to take a screenshot, which will be copied to your clipboard. You may need to open an image editing tool (such as Microsoft Paint) to paste the image and save it as a file.
|capture entire screen||Press Print Screen (PrtScn)|
|capture a window||Select the window, then press alt+PrtScn|
|free-form snipping||Open the Snipping Tool by pressing Windows logo key+shift+s and use the widget to capture and save a custom part of the screen.|