GIMP 2.2.3 [4-2-05]

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    NICK ADSL UK Administrator

    May 13, 2003
    Bugs fixed in GIMP 2.2.3
    - fixed build problem in MIDI input controller (bug #163593)
    - remember last used directory in file open and save dialogs (bug #162385)
    - fixed crashed in DND of indexed drawables (bug #163879)
    - removed bumpmap artifacts in Lighting Effects plug-in (bug #163877)
    - fixed non-interactive mode of Retinex plug-in
    - fixed undo of ink strokes (bug #163670)
    - fixed expose event handling in Curve Bend plug-in (bug #164207)
    - added a missing pressure sensitivity toggle to Airbrush tool (bug #164237)
    - fixed loading of XJT images files from read-only folders (bug #164116)
    - fixed bug in the Info dialog that crashed the Crop tool (bug #163617)
    - fixed yet another entry problem in the Scale Image dialog (bug #163951)
    - fixed serialization of binary parasites (bug #163131)
    - correctly initialize the preview in the Bumpmap plug-in (bug #162285)
    - give visual feedback if a dialog is already opened (bug #164156)
    - fixed saving of JPEG images with large quality settings (bug #164087)
    - update the menus when selecting a component in the Channels dialog
    (bug #164195)
    - fixed issues with the save dialog in the Imagemap plug-in (bug #164864)
    - update filesize in JPEG dialog if size of EXIF data changes (bug #164914

    Getting and Installing the GIMP

    For members who are unaware of what GIMP is.
    The GIMP is the GNU Image Manipulation Program. It is a freely distributed piece of software for such tasks as photo retouching, image composition and image authoring. It works on many operating systems, in many languages.
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