Shutter 0.95 Released, Removing Outdated Perl Gnome2 Libraries

The Shutter screenshot tool released version 0.95 a few days ago as the first update after moving to Github, and the first step getting back into Ubuntu universe repositories. Shutter is one of the most popular Linux screenshot applications with editing features. Since Ubuntu dropped old Gnome 2 libraries from the main repositories, Shutter is… Continue reading Shutter 0.95 Released, Removing Outdated Perl Gnome2 Libraries

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Install Shutter Screenshot Tool via PPA in Ubuntu 19.10

Shutter is one of must install applications in my Ubuntu desktop. And now it’s made into PPA for Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine. Shutter is a feature-rich screenshot application with editing feature. It was available in Ubuntu universe repository. Since Ubuntu 18.10, it’s removed, along with some old Gnome libraries required by the screenshot tool. Thanks… Continue reading Install Shutter Screenshot Tool via PPA in Ubuntu 19.10

How to Install Shutter Screenshot Tool in Ubuntu 18.10

Last updated on April 21st, 2019 Shutter, the popular Linux screenshot tool, is finally removed from the final release of Ubuntu 18.10 repository. For those who want to install Shutter in Ubuntu 18.10. This unofficial PPA offers the latest packages that include: Shutter 0.94.2 released a month ago with Gyazo uploads and some bug-fixes. libgoo-canvas-perl… Continue reading How to Install Shutter Screenshot Tool in Ubuntu 18.10

Shutter 0.94.2 Released with Some Bug Fixes (Ubuntu PPA)

Shutter screenshot tool got a maintenance release a day ago with some bugs fixed. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 16.04. Shutter 0.94.2 includes following changes since the 0.94 release: Remove ITmages, Minus, TwitPic upload plugins since the services down. Fix error in vygme plugin Add support for Gyazo uploads Fix insecure… Continue reading Shutter 0.94.2 Released with Some Bug Fixes (Ubuntu PPA)

Make ‘PrintScreen’ Launch Shutter Area Selection in Ubuntu 18.04

For those who don’t use the default Gnome screenshot tool, here’s how to make the ‘PrintScreen’ keyboard key take a screenshot via another (Shutter in this case) screen capturing tool. 1. Launch System Settings and navigate to Devices -> keyboard. 2. In right, scroll down and find out the line says “Save a screenshot to… Continue reading Make ‘PrintScreen’ Launch Shutter Area Selection in Ubuntu 18.04