Release Notes: This release adds minor features, fixes a few bugs, and updates translations.
Release Notes: This release adds minor features, fixes some annoying bugs, and updates translations.
Release Notes: This is mostly a bugfix release, but it also adds two useful new features. With this version one of the oldest bugs will be fixed.
Release Notes: This release does not add any new features but fixes some annoying bugs.
Release Notes: LibUnique is now used to prevent opening more than one instance of Shutter and to allow messages to be sent to Shutter from a command shell. A feature to capture the last active window was added. A workaround was added to allow Shutter to correctly capture window decorations with unusual shapes (such as rounded corners). Shutter can now resize a window before capturing it and return it to its original size immediately afterward. Startup behavior can now be adjusted through the preferences. The EXIF orientation flag is now respected. It is now possible to export files to PostScript. Shutter is now fully compatible with Unity (and its global menu). Automatic file saving can be disabled to avoid cluttering the user's home directory.
Release Notes: This release has new features and plugins, updated translations, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version adds integration with Ubuntu One and new icons.
Release Notes: This release fixes some critical bugs and improves drag and drop, e.g. you can now simply drag your screenshots into your file browser or email software.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release that doesn’t add any new features.
Release Notes: This release adds reasonable new features and includes many bugfixes to make your screenshot-taking experience better.