PicGo is Here
PicGo automatically copies links of images to your clipboard after uploading them. You can choose from five different links.
Currently, PicGo supports the following Img:
Tencent Cloud COS v4\v5v1.1 & v1.5.0
PicGo itself do not plan to add other default Img support. You can develop your own third-party Img plugin.
Support MacOS, Windows 64-bit (>= v1.3.1), Linux (>= v1.6.0).
You can use the shortcut
command+shift+p (MacOS) or
control+shift+p (Windows\Linux) to upload the first image in your clipboard, and define the customized shortcuts of PicGo (view Configuration for more information).
View Projects to see the progress of PicGo development, which will be updated synchronously.
You can download the latest
exe (Windows) or
Click here to down PicGo.
If you are using Arch Linux, please install using
aurman -S picgo-appimage (contributed by @houbaron).
For Mac and Windows only. Linux platform is not tested yet.
If you want to learn, develop, modify, or build your customized PicGo, please follow these instructions:
If you want to learn about the development of the Electron-vue, you can check out the our tutorial series -- Practice of Electron-vue development.
- You need to have a node, git environment. Knowledge of npm is required.
git clone https://github.com/Molunerfinn/PicGo.gitand
npm installthe dependencies.
- Need Xcode (MacOS) or VS (Windows).
npm run dev to enter the development mode. Development mode has the hot overload feature. Note that the development pattern is unstable and there can be process crashes. In this case, you should:
ctrl+c # exit development mode npm run dev # re-enter the development mode
If you want to build your customized PicGo, use command
npm run build. Once your build is successful, some corresponding files will appear in the
Note: If your network environment is poor, you may have the
electron-builder failure when downloading the
electron binary. If it really happens, you are recommended to specify the source to domestic before
npm run build.
export ELECTRON_MIRROR="https://npm.taobao.org/mirrors/electron/" npm run build
You do not need to do it again if you have done it at the first time. The binary files will exist in the
~/.electron/ directory. If you want to rebuild the
rm -r ~/.electron/ and follow the steps above to make
electron-builder install new
electron binary files.
- vs-picgo: PicGo for VSCode.
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