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I'm currently running Borderlands 2 natively (Steam Version) on my Mac and I would like to know if anyone has found out where the screen-shots taken with the console command tiledshot 6 are saved or if that option is disabled in the Mac Version.

If anyone is unfamiliar with Tiledshot I suggest you look at this, it's amazing! Tiled Screenshots - Gearbox Forum

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Tiledshot says it's cross platform: however I'm totally unfamiliar with using it – Ben Brocka Jan 25 '13 at 21:01
Yes, I think the command really works in the game but it seems to me that the programm doesn't know where to save the file it has just created... – user41441 Jan 25 '13 at 21:08
Tiled screenshots look awesome but if you can't figure it out you can use CMD+Shift+3 to take an full screen shot through OS X – Keith Smiley Jul 4 '13 at 6:53

It's found in ~/Library/Application Support/Steam/userdata/[number] and then from there mine was in /760/remote/49520/screenshots/

Some of those numbers seem automatically generated however, so it's possible yours will be in a different spot. I used fseventer to find my screenshots. The way I did it was:

  • Open up BL2 and get the tiledshot x y command ready
  • Open fseventer, hit play
  • Switch back to BL2 and run the command
  • Switch back to fseventer and you should the location of the new screenshot somewhere in the diagram of files

I'm sure there's a better way, but that should work.

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