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GIMP 2.8.4 Released, Install It In Ubuntu

GIMP 2.8.4 has been released yesterday, bringing some important bug fixes. This is the stable GIMP branch and no new features will be added in the 2.8.x releases, only bug fixes.Here are the most important changes in GIMP 2.8.4:Better names for the default filters in save and exportMake tool drawing (esp. the brush outline) much more responsiveRemember the “maximized” state across sessionsSimplify the splash image code a lot, makes it appear immediately againAllow the text tool to start on an image without layersVarious fixes for text style attribute handlingSet unconfigured input devices to eraser if GTK+ says they are erasersMake libgimp drawable combo boxes aware of layer groupsFix item width in GimpPageSelector (used e.g. in PDF import)Better default values in the Drop Shadow scriptFixed bugs in the BMP plug-inLots of bug fixes and translation updatesThe next major GIMP release – 2.10 -, should get high bit depths, support for layer masks on layer groups, complete the port to GEGL and more, while with version 3.0, GIMP should finally be ported to GTK3. There’s no planned release date for either GIMP 2.10 or 3.0 yet. Install GIMP 2.8.4 in Ubuntu 12.04, 12.10 or 13.04Ubuntu 13.04, 12.10 or 12.04 users can install

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