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Old 11th January 2017, 07:47 PM
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Cannot capture screenshot, Fedora 25 / Gnome 3.22.1

I have tried to capture a screenshot with both Shutter and GIMP, and it does not work.

When I use Shutter, I get a grey background image with the Shutter program's icon tiled across and down it.

When I use GIMP, I get a solid black image.

I did search for this using Google and also here on FedoraForums, but I basically found nothing relevant, or certainly remotely close to up-to-date.

I have not yet tried troubleshooting this because, to be honest, I haven't the foggiest where to begin.

Anyone here have any ideas?
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