New openSUSE packages

New openSUSE packages

Good news for all openSUSE users. Finally there are some packages that work with 11.2 and 11.3. If you have any problems, don't hesitate to contact us.

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How to reanimate disabled features

How to reanimate disabled features

If you are using the latest Ubuntu (or any other debian-based distribution) you will notice that some features of Shutter are disabled by default. These packages are optional dependencies (this means that Shutter is able to start but with restricted functionality) and will be suggested to you when you install the Shutter package.

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Like Shutter as a better alternative? Help us out!

AlternativeTo is a useful website covering Windows, Mac, Linux and Online applications for the reasons of, well, finding alternatives! As Shutter has been touted as an apparent alternative to many Windows solutions (even though that's not the original intent), it would be great if you people could add your support behind it by "liking" on its webpage.

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Shutter is Ubuntu Koala ready!

The Ubuntu 9.10 “Karmic Koala” is rapidly approaching and due to be released in two days – on October 29, 2009. Your favorite screenshot program is already prepared for it – Shutter is available in our PPA for the Ubuntu Koala, and works great on it. Enjoy!

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Shutter 0.80.1 out, with an improved editor and bugfixes

Shutter 0.80.1 is a bugfix release concentrating on 8 annoyances reported by our users, but there are some interesting improvements as well.

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Shutter’s first birthday!

Before you know it, it looks like a whole year has passed now from the first public revision of GScrot (what Shutter was previously known as) was published on April 9, 2008, at 21:19. Shutter one year old now! It seems that time passed so quickly, so lets look at what was accomplished in the last year.

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