This is gimp-print version 4.1.0, the initial development on the 4.1 line. This plugin can be compiled against either Gimp 1.1 or 1.0. After 1.2 is released, we anticipate dropping support for Gimp 1.0 and older versions of Gimp 1.1 (probably 1.20 and earlier, although that is not guaranteed). Print 4.1.0 contains all fixes through the 4.0.4 release. In addition, it contains the following user-visible differences over Print 4.0.4: 1) Greatly improved color quality in Photograph mode. In particular, red, green, blue, and violet colors are much more accurate. This is done by means of hue and luminosity adjustments based on input hue and saturation. This only works in Photograph mode; Line Art and Solid Colors have not changed. 2) Preliminary support for the Lexmark Z52 inkjet printer. 3) Support for 2880x720 on Epson Stylus printers that support that resolution. The visible quality difference will probably be little if any. 4) Fine black detail in color mode is greatly improved. 5) Many new resolutions have been added for Epson Stylus printers, mostly supporting better print quality at 180, 360, and 720 DPI. 6) There is preliminary support for 600x600 C-RET mode on the HP 840. 7) The foomatic package is not currently being distributed with gimp-print. The main issue is synchronizing the foomatic database with the rapidly evolving state of gimp-print. We have not determined yet whether it will be practical to continue distributing foomatic with gimp-print. 8) The PPD's generated as part of the native CUPS driver are incompatible with the PPD's in the 4.0 version of the native CUPS driver. This requires reinstalling your printers after running 'make install' in the cups subdirectory. 9) The defaults with the native CUPS driver are now identical to the defaults with the Ghostscript stp driver and the Gimp Print plugin. 10) Ordered dithering is now smoother on 6 color printers, at some loss of color fidelity.