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  • #11
    gtk style

    Originally posted by Ancurio View Post
    That's a very neat GTK style. Does that come by default with GIMP on windows?
    I get my thus styled GIMP builds from here: http://www.partha.com/

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    • #12
      Originally posted by Bucic View Post
      Any news on 2.10 release date? I get that it may be difficult to say, so maybe at least some news on when some repos become available with 2.9 of decent stability? I used GIMP 2.7 for, IIRC, over a year before 2.8 got officially released and I had no problems with it, and all the major features to be in 2.8 were in 2.7.
      Its a way off yet. There are still performance regressions after the move to GEGL and some subsystems need to be updated to make sense with the new capabilities. Help wanted!

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      • #13
        Originally posted by jonnor View Post
        Its a way off yet. There are still performance regressions after the move to GEGL and some subsystems need to be updated to make sense with the new capabilities. Help wanted!
        I am no coder, unfortunately.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by ua=42 View Post
          I find it ironic that gimp refuses to change its name. It's the main reason I never recommend the program to anyone.
          The only project that has a worst name that I know of is Gigolo.
          How is an image of a person head to toe wrapped in bondage gear less offensive than a Richard Gere selling his services in American Gigolo?

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          • #15
            Anyone know if they've got layer group masks in 2.9 yet? I was a bit annoyed that got pulled from the list of planned features for 2.8. That is in my top 5 most missed features from Photoshop that GIMP is lacking, (the others being smart objects, adjustment layers, layer effects and a proper unified transformation tool for moving, rotating and scaling that doesn't apply changes until you're finished with the tool.) Basically the sort of stuff needed to have a proper non-destructive work flow.

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            • #16
              Originally posted by ua=42 View Post
              I find it ironic that gimp refuses to change its name. It's the main reason I never recommend the program to anyone.
              The only project that has a worst name that I know of is Gigolo.
              So you approve of pantyshot?

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              • #17
                Banding.

                Originally posted by siavashserver
                Thank you very much for sharing the latest work progress! By any chance, does it solve the banding issue with gradient tool?
                My pleasure. I don't know about the gradient issue. Found this in their Bugzilla: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=687650. It seems to imply that it might be less of a problem with 16 or 32 bpp.

                If you want to try; a recent Windows devbuild is available from http://www.partha.com/. A PPA for Linux dev builds is also available: http://www.webupd8.org/2013/10/gimp-...nt-builds.html.

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                • #18
                  derp

                  Originally posted by hyperchaotic View Post
                  with 16 or 32 bpp.
                  Sorry, derped, didn't mean 16 or 32 bpp

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by IanS View Post
                    Anyone know if they've got layer group masks in 2.9 yet?
                    Not yet. To be done, though

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