Release Notes: This release commemorates the GIMP developers conference at the Chaos Communication Camp. Notably, the path tool has been improved, and several new edge detection algorithms are available.
Release Notes: Lots of new features are being added while the GIMP developers are preparing for GimpCon and GIMP is approaching a feature freeze. This release introduces a brush-shaped cursor for all paint tools, dithered and reversible gradients, the start of some basic CMYK support, a text tool that can create vector outlines, and much more.
Release Notes: New features in this release are a snapping grid to be used on the image canvas, saving and loading of text layers in XCF files, import of GDynText layers, basic support for EXIF data in JPEG files, and other bugfixes and improvements.
Release Notes: This development releases features improved transformations, introduces linked items, and has lots of cleanups and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This development release features improved transform, text, and vector tools, a plugin to save animations in the MNG format, image templates, and lots of enhancements to the user interface.
Release Notes: Lots of bugfixes and GUI polishing.
Release Notes: This release features lots of cleanups to GIMP internals such as the undo system and the tools framework. New plug-ins (psd-save and spheredesigner) have been added along with a display filter that simulates color-deficient vision. The text tool has been improved and support for large swap files (>2GB) was added.
Release Notes: Improved handling of user preferences, an optional menubar per display, and lots of code cleanup and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This development release has a lot of tweaks and bugfixes, an improved color selector, new layer modes, and experimental support for Python scripting.
Release Notes: This release adds some UI polishing, minor improvements to the text tool, and lots of bugfixes.