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  •  14 Apr 2014 10:22
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    Release Notes: ImgView now uses POSIX regular expressions instead of PCRE.

    •  03 Apr 2014 07:26
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      Release Notes: It is now recommended to install libpng, lib tiff, and libungif in $HOME/imgview, in order to avoid possible clashes with other versions of these libraries, should they already be installed in your $HOME. The Makefile has been updated to include $HOME/imgview in the compiler and linker search paths.

      •  25 Mar 2014 01:28
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        Release Notes: This release implemented more readable variable names in the configuration file and the environment.

        •  24 Mar 2014 11:25
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          Release Notes: A File Open dialog has been implemented with the help of YAD (Yet Another Dialog).

          •  19 Mar 2014 02:30
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            Release Notes: This release skips ICC color transforms if the input and output profiles are equal. It adds "-lX11" to the LIBS variable in the Makefile, which seems to be needed on some systems.

            •  15 Mar 2014 03:17
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              Release Notes: ImgView now supports RGB ICC profiles in GIF.

              •  11 Mar 2014 08:54
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                Release Notes: It is now possible to define a default RGB, Gray, and CMYK profile for images without an embedded ICC profile.

                •  09 Mar 2014 22:26
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                  Release Notes: Adds support for Gray ICC profiles in JPEG and PNG.

                  •  07 Mar 2014 14:09
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                    Release Notes: ImgView now supports RGB and CMYK ICC profiles in JPEG, and RGB ICC profiles in TIFF. Please note that the color management code is still rather immature.

                    •  02 Mar 2014 04:50
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                      Release Notes: Horizontal/vertical resolution is now stored as floating point numbers (double). TIFF, as an example, uses rational numbers for the resolution, hence it is necessary to use floating point for maximum accuracy. This should really have been done long ago.

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