[Quick Fix] The “Edit” Option Disabled in Shutter in Ubuntu 18.04

After installed my favorite screenshot tool Shutter in Ubuntu 18.04, I found that the Edit button is greyed out. And this quick tip is going to show you how to re-enable the editing feature in Shutter. To re-enable the “Edit” option, Shutter requires libgoo-canvas-perl library which is not available in Ubuntu 18.04 main archive. As… Continue reading [Quick Fix] The “Edit” Option Disabled in Shutter in Ubuntu 18.04

Shutter 0.94 Released! How to Install it in Ubuntu 16.04

Last updated on September 11th, 2018 Shutter, a feature-rich screenshot tool, got a new release recently after 2 years and 9 months since the last. Shutter 0.94 is a bug-fix release with following fixes: A crash issue when launching a second instance of Shutter Shutter screenshots uploaded to Dropbox expires Imgur uploaded links dialog shows… Continue reading Shutter 0.94 Released! How to Install it in Ubuntu 16.04

Shutter 0.91 Released with Bug Fixes & Updated Icon

Shutter, a Linux native screenshot tool with editing feature, was updated to version 0.91 with a few bug fixes and updated application icon. Shutter is a free, open source, and feature-rich screenshot program for Linux. You can take a screenshot of a specific area, window, your whole screen, or even of a website – apply… Continue reading Shutter 0.91 Released with Bug Fixes & Updated Icon