Shutter Bug: Can’t edit

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I just upgraded to Lucid (Ubuntu 10.04), and I reinstalled Shutter.  I had found it not too long ago, and it does a great job with screenshots.  One of my favorite features is the way you can edit the screenshots and draw circles to point out things in the shot.  It’s great for documentation.

Problem is, in Ubuntu 10.04, the Edit button is disabled.  I found this bug post: Editing disabled in Ubuntu Lucid.

Solution: install the package: libgoo-canvas-perl

It was that easy, and now it is working like a charm!


7 Responses to “Shutter Bug: Can’t edit”

  1. enzofch Says:

    Hey, thanks.

  2. Hugh Saunders Says:

    Thanks for posting that, I had the same problem..

  3. Rcih Says:

    Thank you!

  4. axslingr Says:

    Thank you…this fixed my problem as well.

  5. spcgh0st Says:

    Same for Debian Squeeze. Thanks a lot! 🙂

  6. Francewhoa Says:

    Thanks 🙂 Works on Debian Wheezy 7

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