2017-08-09 1:23 GMT+02:00 Alexandre Prokoudine <

> On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 1:33 AM, Pat David wrote:
> > Just echoing everything Ofnuts already said.  Not sure what the "eye of
> > MATE" viewer interpolation might be. :(
> https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=665897#c35
> Since MATE is based on older GNOME, they might not have the patch.
> ​Thanks to those who answered me. I see that my problem is not due to
GIMP, and that GIMP uses a better interpolation algorithm than MATE​. I use
MATE because I dislike Unity and GNOME 3, and XFCE crashes too often for
me. Maybe I should try still another window manager.

The GNOME image viewer (3.24.0) has a better, although surprising,
behavior. The granularity of the image changes when the mouse pointer
enters or leaves the window, then returns to something I like.

Anyway, since these photos are intended to be displayed on a web site, it's
more important to check whether the appearance in Firefox or Chrome is
acceptable. Fortunately, it is.

However, how could GIMP be used for correcting the strong defects of the
initial image?

Olivier Lecarme
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