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GIMP 2.5.2 Development Release

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Getting closer to GIMP 2.6, the GIMP developers released another snapshot from the 2.5 development series.

Changes in GIMP 2.5.2
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- final touches on the combined Freehand/Polygon Select tool
- added a dockable dialog for managing Color tool settings
- prepared the code for changes in the upcoming GTK+ release
- improved popup scale button
- mark the center of rectangles/bounding rectangles during moves
- added dialog to query for using the online user manual
- allow to map dynamics to hardness for the Eraser tool
- provide gimp-remote functionality on Windows
- disable the build and install of the gimp-remote tool by default
- allow to scroll beyond the image borders
- added new PDB data type for transferring color arrays
- added new PDB function gimp-palette-get-colors
- added text search to the Help Browser plug-in
- bug fixes and code cleanup

http://www.gimp.org/




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