Controlling Bluetooth is relatively straightforward; we just need another systray icon. A little Googling suggested the easiest tool to use for this purpose would be blueman, so I got that set up.
sudo apt-get install blueman
Then, I added to the
This put a Bluetooth icon in my system tray, which has relatively straightforward configuration options.
Connecting headphones works fine.
Screenshotting could probably be made simpler, but I've decided to just use ImageMagick.
sudo apt-get install imagemagick
Once installed, the
import command captures from the screen. To select the area I'm capturing:
To capture the whole screen:
import -window root filename.png
I can even delay a few seconds before capturing:
sleep 3; import -window root filename.png
I could probably find a GUI tool for this, but honestly, it doesn't get much simpler than this ImageMagick solution.