Created attachment 1420820 [details]
Corruption through "Region to grab" capture
Description of problem:
Mouse dragging an area of a Google maps to save as an image of a "Region to grab" leads to corruption of the selected area.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. In Google Maps, look up address and select main image (Address image) to appear instead of map. For example, type White House and then left click the image of the White House to appear in main window.
2. In GIMP, File -> Create -> Screenshot -> Select Region to Grab -> Snap.
3. Left-click and drag area that you want to capture as an image.
4. Save corrupted image to file.
Corruption from the mouse drag appears and it is saved with the file.
Only one square is drawn for image selection and saved as image.
can you post here result of following command:
env | grep DESKTOP
Yeah, just tested in GNOME and it is fine. I am switching this to Cinnamon.
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