Commit 44dc7c3d authored by nmat's avatar nmat Committed by Jehan
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Fixing some build warnings.

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[GIMP Issues]: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gimp/issues
[The GIMP Toolkit]: //www.gtk.org
[GNU Project]: //www.gnu.org
[GNU General]: {filename}COPYING
[GNU General]: {static}COPYING
## GIMP RSS Feeds
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<del><http://www.gimp.org/unix/gimprc.html></del> [<i class="fa fa-link"></i>]({filename}../../unix/gimprc.md)
<http://www.gimp.org/unix/gtkrc.html>
<http://www.gimp.org/unix/index.html> (Obsoleted? Directs to downloads page...)
<del><http://www.gimp.org/unix/man-gimp-2.0.html></del> [<i class="fa fa-link"></i>]({filename}../../unix/man-gimp-2.0.html)
<del><http://www.gimp.org/unix/man-gimprc-2.0.html></del> [<i class="fa fa-link"></i>]({filename}../../unix/man-gimprc-2.0.html)
<del><http://www.gimp.org/unix/man-gimp-remote-2.0.html></del> [<i class="fa fa-link"></i>]({filename}../../unix/man-gimp-remote-2.0.html)
<del><http://www.gimp.org/unix/man-gimptool-2.0.html></del> [<i class="fa fa-link"></i>]({filename}../../unix/man-gimptool-2.0.html)
<del><http://www.gimp.org/unix/man-gimp-2.0.html></del> [<i class="fa fa-link"></i>]({static}../../unix/man-gimp-2.0.html)
<del><http://www.gimp.org/unix/man-gimprc-2.0.html></del> [<i class="fa fa-link"></i>]({static}../../unix/man-gimprc-2.0.html)
<del><http://www.gimp.org/unix/man-gimp-remote-2.0.html></del> [<i class="fa fa-link"></i>]({static}../../unix/man-gimp-remote-2.0.html)
<del><http://www.gimp.org/unix/man-gimptool-2.0.html></del> [<i class="fa fa-link"></i>]({static}../../unix/man-gimptool-2.0.html)
<http://www.gimp.org/unix/user_install.html>
<del><http://www.gimp.org/unix/howtos/bugzilla.html></del> [<i class="fa fa-link"></i>]({filename}../../unix/howtos/bugzilla.md)
<del><http://www.gimp.org/unix/howtos/gimp-midi.html> </del> [<i class="fa fa-link"></i>]({filename}../../unix/howtos/gimp-midi.md)
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<del><http://www.gimp.org/unix/howtos/tile_cache.html> </del> [<i class="fa fa-link"></i>]({filename}../../unix/howtos/tile_cache.md)
<http://www.gimp.org/windows/index.html> (Obsoleted? Directs to downloads page...)
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Summary: What the workflow should be with branches test and master.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}git.png" title="If that doesn't fix it, git.txt contains the phone number of a friend of mine who understands git. Just wait through a few minutes of 'It's really pretty simple, just think of branches as...' and eventually you'll learn the commands that will fix everything." alt="Git">
<img src="{static}git.png" title="If that doesn't fix it, git.txt contains the phone number of a friend of mine who understands git. Just wait through a few minutes of 'It's really pretty simple, just think of branches as...' and eventually you'll learn the commands that will fix everything." alt="Git">
<figcaption>
Obligatory <a href="https://xkcd.com/1597/">XKCD</a>.
(<a class='cc' href='https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/2.5/' title='Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial'>cbn</a>)
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4. Select "New issue".
<figure>
<img src="{filename}new-issue.png">
<img src="{static}new-issue.png">
</figure>
Choose a template to pre-populate the _Description_ field with important information to help the developers track down the problem:
<figure>
<img src="{filename}new-issue-template.png">
<img src="{static}new-issue-template.png">
</figure>
Give your bug a good Title and if you chose a template you should see some text in the Description field already.
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5. Here in the Description you'll have to tell the developers everything about your system, your version of GIMP, and your bug. Just do your best to tell them about it. A crappy bug report is better than no report at all, but if you write down everything clearly you'll be going a long way to helping get the bug addressed.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}new-issue-description.png">
<img src="{static}new-issue-description.png">
</figure>
Remember, try to be as clear and concise as possible! This is immensely helpful in tracking down what the problem is and how to possibly fix it.
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......@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ Come and meet developers of free graphics software, participate in a workshop, o
<figure>
<a href='https://www.westminster.ac.uk/'>
<img src="{filename}banner_glitch_1.png" alt="LGM2016 glitch banner" width='500' height='400' />
<img src="{static}banner_glitch_1.png" alt="LGM2016 glitch banner" width='500' height='400' />
</a>
</figure>
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This year the host is the [Westminster School of Media Arts and Design][westminster], University of Westminster at their Harrow Campus:
<a href='https://www.westminster.ac.uk/' title='University of Westminster'>
<img src='{filename}UoW-logo.jpg' alt='University of Westminster Logo' width='326' height='78' />
<img src='{static}UoW-logo.jpg' alt='University of Westminster Logo' width='326' height='78' />
</a>
Harrow Campus
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Here are just _some_ of the faces you might get to see at LGM 2016!
<figure>
<img src='{filename}GIMP-team.jpg' alt='GIMP team montage image by Pat David'/>
<img src='{static}GIMP-team.jpg' alt='GIMP team montage image by Pat David'/>
<figcaption>
Bring this image along as a reference when you want to buy a round of drinks!<br/>
For complaints, see <a href='https://www.flickr.com/photos/patdavid/17387973489'>this guy</a>.
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The new version features several new themes by Benoit Touchette in various shades of gray: Lighter, Light, Gray, Dark, Darker. The system theme has been preserved for users who prefer a completely consistent look of user interfaces across all desktop applications.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-4-themes.jpg" alt="New User Interface Themes" width='975' height='390' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-4-themes.jpg" alt="New User Interface Themes" width='975' height='390' />
</figure>
Note that we still consider this feature a work in progress, as dark themes still need some fine-tuning (especially regarding the color of inactive menu items).
......@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@ Additionally, there's now a `View > Color Management` submenu where you can enab
The _Color Management_ section of the _Preferences_ dialog has been reorganized to reflect recent changes and provide more consistent wording of options.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-4-preferences-cms.png" alt="Color Management Preferences" width='975' height='920' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-4-preferences-cms.png" alt="Color Management Preferences" width='975' height='920' />
</figure>
Since color management comes with a speed penalty (at least with LittleCMS), there's a new option that enables you to choose either better color fidelity of faster processing depending on the kind of work you usually do.
......@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@ The _Posterize_ and _Desaturate_ color tools have been converted to regular GEGL
A way more noticeable new feature, however, is split preview for GEGL-based filters. You can compare before/after versions right on canvas and move a "curtain" around to see more of "before" or "after", and swap their positions (`Shift + click` on the guide). You can also switch between vertical and horizontal division (`Ctrl + click`).
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-4-gegl-curtain.jpg" alt="GEGL preview curtain - original image by Aryeom Han" width='975' height='548' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-4-gegl-curtain.jpg" alt="GEGL preview curtain - original image by Aryeom Han" width='975' height='548' />
</figure>
## darktable as Raw Processing Plug-in
......@@ -97,7 +97,7 @@ Another major new feature is symmetric painting mode, also developed by Jehan Pa
Quick _1-minute_ test by Aryeom Han:
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-4-symmetry.png" alt="Symmetry painting" width='975' height='1440' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-4-symmetry.png" alt="Symmetry painting" width='975' height='1440' />
</figure>
### Tool Options
......@@ -117,13 +117,13 @@ _Note_: the `Primary` modifier is usually `Ctrl` or `Cmd`, depending on your pla
For cases when your selection has a lot of small unselected regions, you can now use the `Select > Remove Holes` command.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-4-remove-holes.jpg" alt="Removing holes in selection" width='975' height='1110' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-4-remove-holes.jpg" alt="Removing holes in selection" width='975' height='1110' />
</figure>
The `Select > Border...` dialog now provides several border style options: hard, smooth, and feathered. _Feathered_ creates a selection which goes gradually from 1 to 0 the farther you get from the middle of the border. _Smooth_ preserves partial selection (antialiasing) along the edges of the selection.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-4-border-style.png" alt="Border styles selection" width='975' height='648' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-4-border-style.png" alt="Border styles selection" width='975' height='648' />
</figure>
## Better Tools
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The _Fuzzy Select_ and _Bucket Fill_ tools got a new feature for selecting/filling diagonally neighboring pixels.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-4-diagonal-neighbors.png" alt="Diagonal neighbors selection" width='975' height='648' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-4-diagonal-neighbors.png" alt="Diagonal neighbors selection" width='975' height='648' />
</figure>
The _Blend_ tool got shapeburst fills resurrected, and allows the placement of their handles on the canvas, outside of the image area. Additionally, the Blend tool now displays its progress thanks to a new GEGL feature available in several GEGL operations including `gegl:distance-transform`.
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The _Text_ tool now fully supports advanced input methods for CJK and other non-western languages. Minimal support already existed, but the pre-edit text was displayed in a floating pop-up instead of inline, within the text tool box, and without any preview styling. It is now displayed just as expected, depending on your platform and Input Method Engine. Several input method-related bugs and crashes have also been fixed.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-4-ime.png" alt="Input Method Engine support in text tool" width='417' height='240' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-4-ime.png" alt="Input Method Engine support in text tool" width='417' height='240' />
</figure>
## Batch Processing on Command Line
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......@@ -10,19 +10,19 @@ Until fairly recently GIMP didn't do a very good job of remembering all the type
Upcoming v2.10 has some major improvements in that department.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-5-filter-named-presets.jpg" alt="Adding a named preset for the Unsharp Mask filter in GIMP" width='975' height='442' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-5-filter-named-presets.jpg" alt="Adding a named preset for the Unsharp Mask filter in GIMP" width='975' height='442' />
</figure>
Early in the current development cycle we started porting existing GIMP filters to GEGL operations and using the GEGL tool skeleton to wrap their GUIs into. This made it possible to automatically save each used combination as preset with a timestamp for a name, or manually&mdash;as a named preset. If you've been using v2.9.2 or v2.9.4, you most likely benefit from that already.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-5-masks-in-xcf.jpg" alt="Using masks for digital photrography in GIMP" width='975' height='596' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-5-masks-in-xcf.jpg" alt="Using masks for digital photrography in GIMP" width='975' height='596' />
</figure>
The second part of improvements started with reviewing a [patch](https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=759601) submitted by Benoit Touchette. As a professional photographer, he regularly works on hundreds of photos daily and has an extensive use of masks, so he needs to get from A to B extremely fast. Benoit came up with a clever idea to simplify adding new masks: clicking on layers' previews. Various modifier keys would additionally define whether you apply and remove the mask or just drop the mask entirely.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-5-easy-mask-create-tooltip.jpg" alt="Tooltips for handling masks quickly in GIMP" width='975' height='536' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-5-easy-mask-create-tooltip.jpg" alt="Tooltips for handling masks quickly in GIMP" width='975' height='536' />
</figure>
The difficult part was to come up with a way to remember the last used mask initiation setting not just within one session, but across sessions. So instead of creating a special case for just the _Add Layer Mask_ dialog, Michael Natterer added a whole new infrastructure to automatically save and load the settings of dialogs.
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The options are preserved for dialogs like _New Channel_, _Feather Selection_, _Stroke Path_ and others. To give you visual control over the settings, Michael created a new page in the _Preferences_ dialog called _Dialog Defaults_.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-5-prefs-dialog-defaults.png" alt="Dialog Defaults preferences page in GIMP 2.9.5" width='805' height='638' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-5-prefs-dialog-defaults.png" alt="Dialog Defaults preferences page in GIMP 2.9.5" width='805' height='638' />
</figure>
You may have noticed a few more new things about the _Preferences_ dialog. There is now a scrollbar on large pages to make the dialog fit small screens like the still popular 1366x768 on lower-end laptops (quite a few GIMP users reported that _Preferences_ was getting too big). Additionally, some pages now feature a reset button that restores default settings.
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......@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ be bothered to report bugs. For that, please tweak the amount of threads on the
*System Resources* page of the *Preferences* dialog.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-6-system-resources.png" alt="Setting amount of threads in GIMP 2.9.6" width='772' height='660' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-6-system-resources.png" alt="Setting amount of threads in GIMP 2.9.6" width='772' height='660' />
</figure>
## GUI, Usability, and Configurability
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dockable dialog for that as well.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-6-create-mask.png" alt="Easily create new mask with GIMP 2.9.6" width='418' height='431' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-6-create-mask.png" alt="Easily create new mask with GIMP 2.9.6" width='418' height='431' />
</figure>
To make that feature possible, Michael Natterer introduced saving of last
......@@ -48,7 +48,7 @@ dialogs' settings across sessions and made these defaults configurable via the
new *Interface / Dialog Defaults* page in the *Preferences* dialog.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-6-dialog-defaults.png" alt="Configurable Dialog Defaults in GIMP 2.9.6" width='772' height='660' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-6-dialog-defaults.png" alt="Configurable Dialog Defaults in GIMP 2.9.6" width='772' height='660' />
</figure>
Additionally, the *Preferences* dialog got a vertical scrollbar where
......@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ in the list have been saved, and a *Save As* button for every opened image
(clicking an image in the list will raise it easy checks).
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-6-fill-with.png" alt="Configurable Fill With option in GIMP 2.9.6" width='361' height='597' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-6-fill-with.png" alt="Configurable Fill With option in GIMP 2.9.6" width='361' height='597' />
</figure>
Yet another new feature is an option (on the screenshot above) to choose fill
......@@ -75,7 +75,7 @@ and a switch for icon sizes on the *Icon Theme* page of the *Preferences*
dialog.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-6-icon-themes.png" alt="Configurable icon size in GIMP 2.9.6" width='772' height='660' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-6-icon-themes.png" alt="Configurable icon size in GIMP 2.9.6" width='772' height='660' />
</figure>
## On-canvas Interaction Changes
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as opened in GIMP 2.9.4 (left) and GIMP 2.9.6 (right).
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-6-pass-through.jpg" alt="Pass Through mode vs no Pass Through mode" width='960' height='586' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-6-pass-through.jpg" alt="Pass Through mode vs no Pass Through mode" width='960' height='586' />
</figure>
Newly added color tags simplify managing large projects with a lot of layers
......@@ -144,7 +144,7 @@ and layer groups. The screenshot below is a real-life PSD file opened in GIMP
2.9.6.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-6-color-tags-psd-xcf.png" alt="New User Interface Themes" width='468' height='674' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-6-color-tags-psd-xcf.png" alt="New User Interface Themes" width='468' height='674' />
</figure>
To make more use of that feature, we need someone to step up and implement
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color tags.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-6-layer-attributes-dialog.png" alt="Updated Layer Attributes dialog" width='608' height='579' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-6-layer-attributes-dialog.png" alt="Updated Layer Attributes dialog" width='608' height='579' />
</figure>
## CIE LCH and CIE LAB
......@@ -178,7 +178,7 @@ Finally, both the *Color Picker* and the *Sample Points* dialog now display
pixel values in CIE LAB and CIE LCH.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-6-sample-points-lch-lab.jpg" alt="Sample points in LCH and LAB, GIMP 2.9.6" width='767' height='355' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-6-sample-points-lch-lab.jpg" alt="Sample points in LCH and LAB, GIMP 2.9.6" width='767' height='355' />
</figure>
## Tools
......@@ -261,7 +261,7 @@ Last year, we replaced it with a pre-existing plug-in initially written by
through the years. We now ship it by default as part of GIMP.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-6-webp-exporting.jpg" alt="WebP exporting in GIMP 2.9.6" width='772' height='561' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-6-webp-exporting.jpg" alt="WebP exporting in GIMP 2.9.6" width='772' height='561' />
</figure>
The new plug-in received additional contributions from Benoit Touchette and
......@@ -275,7 +275,7 @@ uses Exiv2 to display Exif, XMP, IPTC, and DICOM metadata (the latter
is displayed on the XMP tab).
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-6-metadata-viewer.jpg" alt="Metadata viewer in GIMP 2.9.6" width='772' height='601' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-6-metadata-viewer.jpg" alt="Metadata viewer in GIMP 2.9.6" width='772' height='601' />
</figure>
Moreover, Benoit implemented a much anticipated metadata editor that
......@@ -283,7 +283,7 @@ supports adding/editing writing XMP, IPTC, DICOM, and GPS/Exif metadata,
as well as loading/exporting metadata from/to XMP files.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-6-metadata-editor.jpg" alt="Metadata editor in GIMP 2.9.6" width='772' height='608' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-6-metadata-editor.jpg" alt="Metadata editor in GIMP 2.9.6" width='772' height='608' />
</figure>
## Filters
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......@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@ around the screen so that you could continue adjusting the value without
interruptions.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}spinscale.png" alt="spinscale widget highlighting lower area" width='308' height='52' />
<img src="{static}spinscale.png" alt="spinscale widget highlighting lower area" width='308' height='52' />
</figure>
When using transform tools, you can now press a modifier key before or after
......@@ -137,7 +137,7 @@ value and flip icon. Clicking on these canvas statuses will respectively raise
the _Select Rotation Angle_ dialog or unflip the canvas.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-8-canvas-rotation-flip-status.png" alt="Status about canvas rotation and flip" width='528' height='36' />
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-8-canvas-rotation-flip-status.png" alt="Status about canvas rotation and flip" width='528' height='36' />
</figure>
## Help Manuals
......@@ -147,7 +147,7 @@ allow selection of the preferred manual language in the _Preferences_ dialog
(_Interface > Help System_).
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-8-help-localization.png" alt='manual localization in preferences' width='831' height='420'>
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-8-help-localization.png" alt='manual localization in preferences' width='831' height='420'>
<figcaption>
Manual localization settings in GIMP's preferences
</figcaption>
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only two variants) which will be imported as grayscale RGB images.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}gimp-2-9-8-import-hgt.jpg" alt='Importing HGT files in GIMP' width='830' height='538'>
<img src="{static}gimp-2-9-8-import-hgt.jpg" alt='Importing HGT files in GIMP' width='830' height='538'>
<figcaption>
NASA HGT file import followed by appropriate "Gradient Map" filtering
</figcaption>
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## Libre Graphics at Southern California Linux Expo
<figure>
<img src="{attach}SCaLE_16x_Logo.png" alt="SCaLE 16x Logo">
<img src="{static}SCaLE_16x_Logo.png" alt="SCaLE 16x Logo">
</figure>
For the first time this year there will be a dedicated _Libre Graphics_ track at the [Southern California Linux Expo][] (SCaLE) 16x!
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[scale16x]: https://www.socallinuxexpo.org/scale/16x "Southern California Linux Expo"
<figure>
<img src="{filename}../2018-01-09_LGM_SCaLE/SCaLE_16x_Logo.png" alt="SCaLE 16x Logo">
<img src="{static}../2018-01-09_LGM_SCaLE/SCaLE_16x_Logo.png" alt="SCaLE 16x Logo">
</figure>
SCaLE has been held annualy in southern California for many years (the "16x" indicates this is the sixteenth annual meeting - though they've been holding meetings for longer as a LUG).
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......@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ symbolic icons enabled by default. This is meant to somewhat dim the environment
and shift the focus towards content.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.10-update-ui.jpg" alt="GIMP 2.10 with dark UI theme and symbolic icon theme" width='960' height='587' />
<img src="{static}images/2.10-update-ui.jpg" alt="GIMP 2.10 with dark UI theme and symbolic icon theme" width='960' height='587' />
</figure>
There are now 4 user interface themes available in GIMP: Dark (default), Gray,
......@@ -492,7 +492,7 @@ GIMP now ships with plug-ins for viewing and editing Exif, XMP, IPTC, GPS, and
DICOM metadata. They are available via the _Image > Metadata_ submenu.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.10-metadata-editor.png" alt="Metadata Editor" width="650" height="713" />
<img src="{static}images/2.10-metadata-editor.png" alt="Metadata Editor" width="650" height="713" />
</figure>
GIMP will also preserve existing metadata in TIFF, PNG, JPEG, and WebP files.
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......@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ Status: hidden
Many devices you use in your design or photography workflow, like digital photo cameras, scanners, displays, printers etc., have their own color reproduction characteristics. If those are not taken into account during opening, editing and saving, harmful adjustments can be done to images. With GIMP 2.4 this has changed: now you can have reliable output for both Web and print.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/color-management.png" alt="color management" class='graybackground' />
<img src="{static}images/color-management.png" alt="color management" class='graybackground' />
</figure>
## Color Managed Workflow
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......@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ Status: hidden
A whole new default icon theme has been created for 2.4\. The icons comply with the [Tango style guidelines](http://tango.freedesktop.org/Tango_Icon_Theme_Guidelines) so GIMP doesn't feel out of place on any of the supported platforms. Regardless of whether you run GIMP under Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X or GNU/Linux ([GNOME](https://www.gnome.org/), [KDE](https://www.kde.org/) or [Xfce](https://www.xfce.org/)), GIMP provides a polished, consistent look.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.4-refreshed-look.png" alt="Refreshed Look"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.4-refreshed-look.png" alt="Refreshed Look"/>
</figure>
Additionally the icons also have enhanced usability on dark widget themes, which is a common setting among digital artists.
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### Scalable Brushes
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.4-scalable-brushes.png" alt="Scalable Brushes"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.4-scalable-brushes.png" alt="Scalable Brushes"/>
</figure>
The tool options now include a brush size slider that affects both the parametric and bitmap brushes. This has been an oft-requested feature from both digital painters and photo editors.
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### Selection Tools
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.4-selection-tools.png" alt="Selection Tools"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.4-selection-tools.png" alt="Selection Tools"/>
</figure>
The selection tools have been rewritten from scratch to allow resizing of existing selections. Additionally the rectangular selection tool includes a setting for creating rounded corners as this has been identified as a very common task among web designers.
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### Foreground Select Tool
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.4-video-fgselect.jpg" alt="Foreground Select Demo"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.4-video-fgselect.jpg" alt="Foreground Select Demo"/>
</figure>
Selecting individual objects on images is easier now with a new foreground select tool. It is done in two steps. First, you make select region of interest which contains the entire object. Then you paint over selected area with a brush, not crossing object’s border. Release mouse button when you’re done and look, if there are dark blue spots on your objects. If there are some, paint with a brush over them again and release to refine selection. When there are no more blue areas inside the object, press Enter and there you have a perfectly selected object.
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### Align Tool
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.4-align-tool.png" alt="Align Tool"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.4-align-tool.png" alt="Align Tool"/>
</figure>
While GIMP has provided a grid and guideline functionality, the actual alignment of objects had to be done manually. In a few clicks, the new Align Tool allows you to align or distribute a list of layers, paths or guides. You can align these objects with another object, with the selection or with the image.
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### Improved display when zooming in or out
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.4-zoom-display.png" alt="Zoomed out display"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.4-zoom-display.png" alt="Zoomed out display"/>
</figure>
Previous versions of GIMP used a fast but inaccurate way of displaying images at various zoom levels. When zooming out, some rows and columns of pixels where simply omitted from the display. The result was sometimes confusing, especially if the image contained many thin lines or small features. GIMP 2.4 avoids these problems and provides a better view of the zoomed-out images.
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### Color Management and Soft-proofing
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.4-color-management.png" alt="Color Management"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.4-color-management.png" alt="Color Management"/>
</figure>
GIMP now provides full support for color profiles allowing precise color modification throughout the whole 'digital darkroom' process.
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### New Crop Tool
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.4-crop-tool.png" alt="Crop Tool"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.4-crop-tool.png" alt="Crop Tool"/>
</figure>
Just like the selection tools, the new crop tool has been enhanced since the last release. The resize handles actually resize the crop rectangle instead of providing both resize and move functionality. The tool behaves more naturally and consistently with other GIMP tools.
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### Improved Printing
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/gimp-24-print-dark.png" alt="Improved Printing"/>
<img src="{static}images/gimp-24-print-dark.png" alt="Improved Printing"/>
</figure>
Printing has been largely improved. GIMP makes use of the advancements in the gtk+ printing API so that you can control all aspects of the printout with an easy to understand interface and immediate preview.
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### Perspective Clone
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.4-video-perspective.jpg" alt="Perspective Clone Demo"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.4-video-perspective.jpg" alt="Perspective Clone Demo"/>
</figure>
A common task in image editing is to copy pixels from somewhere in an image to somewhere else. Traditionally this has been done using the Clone Tool. To make it easy to perform cloning while taking the perspective of an image into account, a new Perspective Clone Tool has been added to GIMP.
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### Lens Distortion
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.4-video-lens.jpg" alt="Lens Distortion Demo"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.4-video-lens.jpg" alt="Lens Distortion Demo"/>
</figure>
A very common problem exposing itself especially when using cheaper lenses or expensive lenses pushed to their limits, is barrel distortion and vignetting. Luckily GIMP provides a brand new filter to compensate for both problems. Saving photographer's pocket is our mission!
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In addition to all the above, GIMP has been improved in other areas. For instance, better status information and some hints have been added in the status bar of the image windows. You can easily discover new features and new shortcuts by trying the various keys and modifiers that are suggested while you are using the tools.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.4-statusbar-tips.png" alt="Hints in the status bar"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.4-statusbar-tips.png" alt="Hints in the status bar"/>
</figure>
A number of changes has gone into plug-ins and scripts. First of all, a new preview widget for plug-ins was introduced. Now you can zoom in and out using the mouse wheel or +/- buttons in plug-in dialogs and pan around.
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You will also note that the new Screenshot plug-in offers more sophisticated options and is far easier to use.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.4-screenshot-plugin.png" alt="Screenshot plug-in"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.4-screenshot-plugin.png" alt="Screenshot plug-in"/>
</figure>
GIMP 2.4 features a brand new Scheme interpreter that provides better debugging, handles UTF-8 coded characters and strings, has regex based pattern matching and many more useful features that power users were requesting. The latter will be pleased to find out that plug-ins and scripts can register menu entries in the &lt;Brushes&gt;, &lt;Gradients&gt;, &lt;Palettes&gt;, &lt;Patterns&gt; and &lt;Fonts&gt; menus now. Also, a fair amount of new scripts were added: reversing the order of layers, sorting color palettes etc. A few scripts that were using incorrect or deprecated constructs may have to be updated. A [Script-Fu migration guide](/docs/script-fu-update.html) lists the most common errors and how to fix them.
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### Toolbox Menubar Removed
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.6-empty-image-window.png" alt="Empty Image Window screenshot"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.6-empty-image-window.png" alt="Empty Image Window screenshot"/>
</figure>
The toolbox menubar has been removed and merged with the image window menubar. To be able to do this a window called the _empty image window_ has been introduced. It hosts the menubar and keeps the application instance alive when no images are opened. It also acts as a drag and drop target. When opening the first image the empty image window is transformed into a normal image window, and when closing the last image, that window becomes the empty image window.
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### Ability to Pan Beyond Image Border
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.6-scroll-beyond-border.png" alt="Scroll Beyond Border illustration"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.6-scroll-beyond-border.png" alt="Scroll Beyond Border illustration"/>
</figure>
It is now possible to pan beyond the image border, making image window navigation much less constrained. It is no longer a problem to use the edge of a brush on the edge of an image while being zoomed in, and one can adapt the canvas to any utility windows covering parts of the image window.
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### Improved Free Select Tool
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.6-new-free-select-tool.png" alt="New Free Select Tool in action"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.6-new-free-select-tool.png" alt="New Free Select Tool in action"/>
</figure>
The freehand select tool has been enhanced to support polygonal selections. It also allows mixing free hand segments with polygonal segments, editing of existing segments, applying angle-constraints to segments, and of course the normal selection tool operations like add and subtract. Altoghether this ends up making the Free Select Tool a very versatile, powerful and easy-to-use selection tool.
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### Brush Dynamics
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.6-brush-dynamics.jpg" alt="Brush Dynamics illustration"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.6-brush-dynamics.jpg" alt="Brush Dynamics illustration"/>
</figure>
Brush dynamics let you map different brush parameters, commonly at least size and opacity, to one or more of three input dynamics: pressure, velocity and random. Velocity and random are usable with a mouse. The Ink tool, that supported velocity before, has been overhauled and now handles velocity-dependent painting much better.
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### Minor Changes
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.6-text-tool-and-rectangle-handles.png" alt="Text Tool bounding box and outside rectangle handles screenshot"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.6-text-tool-and-rectangle-handles.png" alt="Text Tool bounding box and outside rectangle handles screenshot"/>
</figure>
* Added a bounding box for the Text Tool that supports automatic wrapping of text within that bounding box.
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Important progress towards high bit-depth and non-destructive editing in GIMP has been made. Most color operations in GIMP are now ported to the powerful graph based image processing framework [GEGL](http://www.gegl.org/), meaning that the internal processing is being done in 32bit floating point linear light RGBA. By default the legacy 8bit code paths are still used, but a curious user can turn on the use of GEGL for the color operations with _Colors / Use GEGL_.
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.6-experimental-gegl-tool.png" alt="Experimental GEGL tool screenshot"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.6-experimental-gegl-tool.png" alt="Experimental GEGL tool screenshot"/>
</figure>
In addition to porting color operations to GEGL, an experimental _GEGL Operation_ tool has been added, found in the _Tools_ menu. It enables applying GEGL operations to an image and it gives on-canvas previews of the results. The screenshot to the right shows this for a Gaussian Blur.
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## GIMP 2.6 Screenshots
<figure>
<a href="../screenshots/gnome-1280x800-fresh-start.jpg"><img src="{filename}../screenshots/gnome-1280x800-fresh-start.jpg" alt="First GIMP 2.6 startup"/></a>
<a href="../screenshots/gnome-1280x800-fresh-start.jpg"><img src="{static}/screenshots/gnome-1280x800-fresh-start.jpg" alt="First GIMP 2.6 startup"/></a>
<figcaption>
First startup of GIMP 2.6 on a 1280x800 GNOME desktop.
</figcaption>
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<figure>
<a href="../screenshots/alternative-2-6-ui-layout-example-one.jpg"><img src="{filename}../screenshots/alternative-2-6-ui-layout-example-one.jpg" alt="Alternative UI example"/></a>
<a href="../screenshots/alternative-2-6-ui-layout-example-one.jpg"><img src="{static}/screenshots/alternative-2-6-ui-layout-example-one.jpg" alt="Alternative UI example"/></a>
<figcaption>
UI layout example: Tool Options moved out of the toolbox.
</figcaption>
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<figure>
<a href="../screenshots/alternative-2-6-ui-layout-example-two.jpg"><img src="{filename}../screenshots/alternative-2-6-ui-layout-example-two.jpg" alt="Another alternative UI example"/></a>
<a href="../screenshots/alternative-2-6-ui-layout-example-two.jpg"><img src="{static}/screenshots/alternative-2-6-ui-layout-example-two.jpg" alt="Another alternative UI example"/></a>
<figcaption>
UI layout example: Using the image window as a background window.
</figcaption>
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<figure>
<a href="../screenshots/2.6-brush-dynamics-example.jpg"><img src="{filename}../screenshots/2.6-brush-dynamics-example.jpg" alt="Brush Dynamics at use"/></a>
<a href="../screenshots/2.6-brush-dynamics-example.jpg"><img src="{static}/screenshots/2.6-brush-dynamics-example.jpg" alt="Brush Dynamics at use"/></a>
<figcaption>
Demonstrating the kind of effects the new Brush Dynamics can create.
</figcaption>
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<figure>
<a href="../screenshots/on-canvas-preview-of-gaussian-blur-in-2-6.jpg"><img src="{filename}../screenshots/on-canvas-preview-of-gaussian-blur-in-2-6.jpg" alt="On-canvas Gaussian Blur"/></a>
<a href="../screenshots/on-canvas-preview-of-gaussian-blur-in-2-6.jpg"><img src="{static}/screenshots/on-canvas-preview-of-gaussian-blur-in-2-6.jpg" alt="On-canvas Gaussian Blur"/></a>
<figcaption>
Full screenshot of on-canvas preview of Gaussian Blur using the experimental GEGL Operation tool.
</figcaption>
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## We Hope You Enjoy GIMP 2.6!
<figure markdown="span">
<img src="{filename}images/2.6-lgm-2008-groupshot.jpg" alt="LGM 2008 shot of the GIMP team"/>
<img src="{static}images/2.6-lgm-2008-groupshot.jpg" alt="LGM 2008 shot of the GIMP team"/>
<figcaption>
A picture of (mostly) GIMP developers, taken by [Garrett LeSage](https://www.flickr.com/photos/garrett/2733807768/) at [Libre Graphics Meeting 2008](https://www.libregraphicsmeeting.org/2008/), licenced under [CC-By](https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/deed.en)
</figcaption>
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### Single-Window Mode
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.8-single-window-mode.png" alt="Single-window mode screenshot" width="300" height="200" />
<img src="{static}images/2.8-single-window-mode.png" alt="Single-window mode screenshot" width="300" height="200" />
</figure>
GIMP 2.7 introduces an optional single-window mode. You can toggle between the default multi-window mode and the new single-window mode through the _Single-window mode_ checkbox in the _Windows_ menu. In single-window mode, GIMP will put dockable dialogs and images in a single, tabbed image window. The single-window mode setting is of course preserved if you quit and start GIMP again. Single-window mode removes the necessity for users of having to deal with multiple windows.
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### Multi-Column Dock Windows
<figure>
<img src="{filename}images/2.8-multi-column-dock-windows.png" alt="Multi-column dock windows screenshot" />
<img src="{static}images/2.8-multi-column-dock-windows.png" alt="Multi-column dock windows screenshot" />
</figure>
GIMP 2.7 allows dockable dialogs in a dock window to be placed in multiple columns. To create a new column in a dock window, drag and drop a dockable dialog on the vertical edges of the dock window. This is an appealing feature for multi-monitor users where one screen can have a big dock window with all the dialogs and the tools, while all images are on other displays.
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### More Screen Real Estate For Dockable Dialogs