GNU Image Manipulation Program 2.8.14 💾

GIMP is a very versatile graphics editing software. It works on bitmap images, provides layered editing, a plethora of drawing and colorization tools, photo enhancing and retouching features and filters, programmatic effects, various extension and scripting capabilities, and itself provides a highly adaptable multi-window interface. It can open nearly any graphics format, or import Photoshop, PDF, Postscript, SVG and other vector formats even.

minor bugfix: Fix for a libtool versioning problem in yesterdays 2.8.12 release. - OSX: Fix migration code for old GIMP directories. - Fix brush sizes when used from plug-ins. - Windows: Allow to Explorer-open files with UTF-8 characters in the filename. - Make XCF loading more robust against broken files. Make sure the widget direction matches the GUI language. - Remove the option to disable the warning when closing a modified image. - Fix canvas overlay widgets (like the text options) for tablets. - Make DND work between images in one dockable. - Make script-fu-server more secure by listening to by default and add a warning about changing that IP. This breaks the procedure's API, but for security reasons. - Bring back proper script-fu translations. - Massively clean up and fix the OSX build and bundle. - Add Jenkins tutorial. - Documentation updates. - Bug fixes. - Translation updates.

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G'MIC (GREYC's Magic for Image Computing) is a portable and scriptable image processing framework. It comes as C++ library, can be used as command line tool, as Gimp plugin, as web service, or with its Qt application. G'MIC allows image conversion, manipulation, applying complex filters and visualization pipelines. Various image types can be used, 1D/2D/3D sources, multi-spectral and volumetric images or 3D vector objects, regardless of pixel depths. The "gmic" command line tool is often an alte