I have spoken several times of Shutter, a screen capture utility and screen regions that is particularly powerful and has become an indispensable aid for example when publishing MuyLinux articles.
Now developers have announced Shutter 0.87, a version which inter alia allows autoredimensionen windows to a size you specify, we need to catch previously specified, and then return to actual size after capture.
can see the operation of this feature in the video below:Automatically resize window from Mario Kemper on Vimeo.
addition, as discussed in OMG! Ubuntu! Shutter comes the new option capture windows with rounded corners , and although the method is something special when we caught the window, it seems that the option works without problems.
Other improvements affect the possibility of options such as shutter release at the start of session, or the fact that Shutter now runs as a single instance , and no more tasks running Shutter at the same time.
can also capture to the clipboard and do not necessarily save the hard drive
can also capture to the clipboard and do not necessarily save the hard drive, and the user interface and supports the Global Menu option that springs into action on Natty full Narwhal with Unity.