GIMP Goes 2.4
The GIMP project announced the release of Version 2.4 today, complete with a bevy of bug fixes and new features.
Among the features of the new release are a new and improved icon set, better selection tools, scalable brushes, improvements on zoom, cropping, and color management, a red-eye removal tool, and quite a bit more.
GIMP 2.4 is available from the project's download page.
Justin Ryan is a Contributing Editor for Linux Journal.
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