The greatest screenshotting tool known to Linux users sees a new release today.
Version 0.86.4 (don’t say that with a mouthful) adds many exciting new features. Ready for a rundown?
Capture all workspaces as one image
Does what it says on the tin; whether you have 2 or 20 workspaces Shutter can now take a screenshot of each in succession and present them as one image, like so: -
The ‘hard-shadow’ plugin is now configurable; set your shadows to drop south-west, north-east, dead on centre, etc and a new Autocrop plugin lets you remove empty borders from screenshots taken.
Other bits and bobs filling up the release include the addition of keyboard shortcuts for use with the advanced selection tool and ability to launch the Shutter ‘editing’ programme directly after taking a screenshot.
There are also a selection of bug-fixes par the course, more information on which can be found on the announcement page.
Install Shutter in Ubuntu
To install the new version in Ubuntu simply add the Shutter PPA and run and update/install shutter.
- sudo add-apt-repository ppa:shutter/ppa
- sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install shutter
Standalone .deb packages are available @ shutter-project.org/downloads