** Package changed: gnome-software (Ubuntu) => imagemagick (Ubuntu)

** Changed in: imagemagick (Ubuntu)
       Status: Triaged => Fix Committed

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  Hide Imagemagick's Display app from GNOME software

Status in imagemagick package in Ubuntu:
  Fix Committed

Bug description:
  In bug #1717951 Imagemagick was already removed from being displayed
  in GNOME-Shell.

  It is still listed in GNOME-Software which causes some (potential)
  usability issues:

  Users can still test the "imagemagick" app from within Ubuntu Software
  and decide to remove it from there. Because that app looks dated, ugly
  and out of place in a modern desktop environment. Removing Imagemagick
  has the bad side-effect of removing printing support while user won't
  even realize that Imagemagick was printing related at all.

  Thus I propose to remove the app from being listed as installed in
  Ubuntu Software at all. Or to be moved to the "System Apps" section to
  prevent users from removing it manually (and unvoluntarily CUPS with

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