April 17th, 2006 by Keith

GIMP 2.2.11 Released

Posted in Graphics, Linux, Mac OS, Solaris, Utilities, Windows

Portable GIMP

GIMP, known as the GNU Image Manipulation Program, has released the latest version of GIMP 2.2.11. As a freely distributed piece of software, and an alternative for Adobe Photoshop, it is used for tasks, such as photo retouching, image composition and image authoring. Furthermore, it works on several operating systems, supporting many languages.

This latest release of GIMP is a bug-fix release in the stable 2.2 series.


Bugs fixed in GIMP 2.2.11

  • - fixed handling of EXIF data in JPEG plug-in
  • - let gimptool use pkg-config to determine compiler and linker flags at
    run-time
  • - added GTK+ category in gimp.desktop file
  • - fixed guides scripts to allow guides at the right and bottom
  • - fixed icons in color picker buttons in Levels tool
  • - fixed parameter check in Compressor plug-in
  • - made the internal help browser the default for all platforms
  • - fixed handling of alpha channel in Gaussian Blur plug-in
  • - fixed incorrect bitshifts in Win Icon plug-in
  • - fixed a potential crash in the Animation Playback plug-in
  • - corrected tile cache size in Unsharp Mask plug-in
  • - fixed the import of SVG circles
  • - fixed rounding of resolution in BMP plug-in
  • - fixed resolution handling in PSD load plug-in
  • - store resolution when saving in the PSD file format
  • - fixed crash in Revert function
  • - flush the projection before reading from it
  • - fixed MMX instructions on Pentium II machines
  • - fixed possible crash on closing a dockable

Users can download the source or binary from here.

If you are interested in Portable GIMP, you can also find out more about Portable GIMP apps here.

One Response to “GIMP 2.2.11 Released”

  1. GIMPShop 2.2.11 for Mac OS X » SoftSift Says:

    [...] Other than Photoshop CS, GIMP is another professional image editing software that works almost like the former. There is also one called GIMPShop, which is a GIMP alternative, that makes the interface looks more like Photoshop while using GIMP. [...]

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