[ubuntu-mono] [Bug 485099] [NEW] F-Spot Edit buttons difficult to find

Jonathan Blackhall johnny.one.eye at gmail.com
Wed Nov 18 23:54:26 GMT 2009

Public bug reported:

Binary package hint: f-spot

I've been using F-Spot on and off for a year to import photos from my
camera and I never realized that it had the ability to do any sort of
editing aside from rotating the image.  The reason is that even after
double-clicking a photo in F-Spot, the "Edit" buttons that can be used
to apply effects and adjust the photo's colors are hidden and can only
be accessed by clicking on a drop-down menu on the left and selecting
"Edit", where "Tags" is selected by default.

If The GIMP is to be removed from the default Ubuntu install and F-Spot
is expected to comprise the default image editing abilities of Ubuntu,
this usability issue needs to be addressed.  I'm not sure if this issue
is specific to the Ubuntu version of F-Spot or if it is the default
behavior of the application.

Ubuntu 9.10 64-bit, F-Spot

** Affects: f-spot (Ubuntu)
     Importance: Undecided
         Status: New

F-Spot Edit buttons difficult to find
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