Edit is not the default for shutter Actions

Asked by Badcam on 2010-05-25

If I take a Screenshot, shutter then open Image viewer. I would like it to open automatically into the Shutter Editor. That would save a lot of time.

Thanks.

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2010-05-25
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2010-06-01

Would you like the editor to be integrated in Shutter's main window? Or would you like to see the built-in editor added to Preferences (Open with)?

Badcam (kiwicameron+launchpad) said : #2

Hi Actions/Opens with please. The only options I have in there are:

Image Viewer/Firefox and Fspot. It would be great to have your edit program in there as a default.

I'm using your program in Mint 9.0 and just LOVE it. I had to install "libgoo-canvas-perl" to get your Edit program to work BTW.
As an aside Shutter doesn't start minimised when using startup preferences, but I believe "shutter --min" in startup preferences will do the trick. The ability to be able to grab different types of screenshots, edit them and immediately upload them to a site is a real boon for me. Truly brilliant.

Thanks.

Badcam (kiwicameron+launchpad) said : #3

Sorry. Make that "shutter --min_at_startup" (I just found that one via terminal)

Ok, I've created a new "Wishlist"-bug for this. Thanks for your input.

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