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GIMP User Manual 0.10 Released

After more than six months of work, we're proud to announce a new
release of the user manual for GIMP 2.2. This release features a lot of improvements, in particular:

  • Spelling and grammar fixes for Czech, German, Dutch, Italian,
    English, Chinese and French
  • Restructuring of the manual into three parts: Introduction,
    Concepts and Tutorials, Reference
  • New language: Croatian
  • Technical fixes: Makefile updates, better images for the PDF version,
    CSS updates, new scripts for editing and validating the XML files
  • New GIMP Keys reference
  • New content in:

    • Filters, Menus for German
    • Tools, Dialogs for Italian
    • Filters for French, English
    • Concepts for Dutch
  • A lot of Bugfixes

GIMP 2.3.8 Development Release

GIMP 2.3.8 is the latest development snapshot on the road to version 2.4 of the GNU Image Manipulation Program. The source code can be downloaded from ftp.gimp.org. A detailed list of changes is available at developer.gimp.org.

GIMP 2.2.11 Released

Version 2.2.11 of the GNU Image Manipulation Program is now available. This is a bug-fix release in the stable 2.2 series. Please see the NEWS file for a detailed list of changes. The source code can be retrieved from ftp.gimp.org and its mirrors. Binary packages for the various supported platforms will become available soon.

Further Information.

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