Hopefully, it is permissible to post on this problem here. I downloaded/installed the PPA for Gimp 2.9.1. It worked great for the first half dozen 16-bit tiffs. I use a few RAW converters to create these tiff tiles, RawTherapee, UFRAW, and the Sony software supplied with my A700 DSLR, Image Data
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On 3.11.2013 at 1:24 PM alemelo wrote: Hello, [...] I want to be able to pick a corner - say the bottom right one - and move it *only* right or left, without any vertical shift. I tried with guidelines but I cannot make them stick to the exact side of the image neither if I tell GIMP they're
Hi, GIMP 2.8.8 has been released. This is a bugfix release in the stable 2.8 series, no new features were added. For a complete list of changes since 2.8.4 please see the Changes section below. Also see the release notes of the 2.8 series at http://www.gimp.org/release-notes/gimp-2.8.html Happy
I fully agree with the first post of this blog. the question whether to save unsaved work spoils the whole efficiency to quickly edit a file. -- dksill (via www.gimpusers.com/forums) ___ gimp-user-list mailing list List address:
All right, so. I've had GIMP ever since the latest version came out, and it hasn't been up to this very day that it's given me an error when loading, ad it's never happened before. Ever. It's some crud that tells me Runtime/C++ Error and that it needs to terminate. So... what the heck do I
Considering you said GIMP's been working up until today, I assume you upgraded to 2.8.8, right? If so, it could just be a bug that made its way into the stable release. You could just go back to 2.8.6 until the issue is resolved. Other than that, I'm not really sure what could be going wrong.