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GIMP 2.6.1 Released

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GIMP 2.6.1 is a bug-fix release in the stable GIMP 2.6 series.

* Bugs fixed:

555587 – PSD file crashes PSD plug-in
555222 – PSD Load Plugin: unsupported compression mode
555362 – gimp-remote is not working properly
555280 – some gif files will not be open
554890 – JPEG Save Options Dialog does not remember
554966 – Gimp crashes creating a new image using a template
554785 – Compile failure on uri-backend-libcurl
554646 – Opening Help crashes GIMP with lqr-plugin installed
553534 – centering issues after image scaling and setting zoom
554898 – Compile failure on uri-backend-wget.c

http://www.gimp.org/




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