Version 0.2 of GNU Paint

Release Notes: This release adds printing support, support for 8, 16, 24, and 32 bit screens, cut and paste support, bugfixes, and a color palette in the UI.

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Release Notes: libglade is now a requirement. Some UI adjustments were made in dialogs to fit the GNOME conventions. The Gtk+ standard about box is used. GtkPrint is used to do printing when the GTK+ version is 2.10 or later.

Release Notes: New translations were added for Swedish and Brazilian Portuguese. The GTK+ requirement was updated to 2.8 or later (and Pango is now required). The color palette width is now fixed. A gpaint crash with SIGSEGV in image_from_selection() was fixed. The crash that was triggered when 0 is entered as line width was fixed. Real clipboard copy and paste and keyboard accelerators were implemented for common operations. Text drawing is now Pango-based. Multiple line text is now supported. The license was changed to GNU GPL v3.

  •  11 Jun 2007 05:28

Release Notes: pt_BR and de translations were added. A rectangular selection tool was added. Small bugs were fixed.

Release Notes: This is the initial port of gpaint to the GNOME 2 platform. It adds some minor bugfixes. Otherwise, the features are the same as the GNOME 1.4 version of gpaint.

  •  30 Oct 2002 06:56

Release Notes: Fixes were made for compatiblity with recent GNOME 1.4 platforms.


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A advanced event querying engine.


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A GNU/Linux multimedia distribution that is targeted at audio, video, and graphics producers.