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Happy New Year from GIMP with 2.6.4

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The GIMP developers welcome you in the new year with the fourth bug-fix release in the stable GIMP 2.6 series.

Overview of Changes from GIMP 2.6.3 to GIMP 2.6.4
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* Bugs fixed:

565223 – Perspective transformation jagged edges / comb effect
563985 – jpg save dialog: "cancel" is treated like "commit"
for settings
564087 – Using clone tool on a layer with a part out of canvas
causes crashes
564593 – crash when the drawable is changed while a color tool
is active
564869 – GIMP crashes on selecting Tools->GEGL operation
565138 – python-fu-foggify does not check if image is in rgb mode
563130 – Hue selection mode does not cross the 0-360 degrees line
563179 – Scrollbars not resized when we extend the canvas size
562459 – PF_PALETTE: 'TypeError' when used in a plugin that is
registered in
562427 – Compilation with --as-needed
562386 – PF_SLIDER and PF_SPINNER 'Step' values do not change
consistently...
562366 – Default image dimensions are not correctly
transferred in the file/new dialog box
561899 – GIMP can't save to mounted filesystem if file exists

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