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RPhoto

RPhoto is a handy image editor to simplify cropping of digital camera pictures and avoid white borders introduced by incorrect height/width ratios. It also has lossless rotate and flip features, as well as a unique way to rectify a bad angle by only drawing a horizontal or vertical line.

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  •  08 Jun 2013 19:47

    Release Notes: This release adds some features requested by users: auto rotation according to the exif tag, auto selection at opening, and remembering the last opened folder. These new functionalities have to be activated in the preferences window. Some bugfixes are also included.

    •  29 Jul 2012 23:32

      Release Notes: This version adds some features asked for by users: a grey cutoff area, confirmation of unsaved changes, and an autosave folder and suffix. There are some bugfixes as well.

      •  29 May 2012 01:02

        Release Notes: This release adds a "guide lines" feature in the selection tracker. The tracker has also been enhanced to avoid transparency problems. It includes many small bugfixes and library updates.

        •  18 Oct 2009 21:20

          Release Notes: This version adds the 'resize' feature. You can now resize pictures in RPhoto, by pixels or file size. There are minor bugfixes.

          •  29 Sep 2008 17:39

          Release Notes: This version has mainly been updated for Windows Vista and Ubuntu 8.04 compatibility. It has full Unicode support, comment encoding support, default ratios requested by mail, and uppercase filenames support on Linux.

          RSS Recent comments

          22 Oct 2009 10:25 Dougal666

          Howdy,
          You should probably add the toolkit it uses (gtk/qt/wx...) to the info above (in "implementation" or somewhere).

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