Fotoxx, le logiciel de retouche et de gestion de photos numériques vient d’être libéré en version 13.11 avec au menu une amélioration des performances et des corrections de bugs.

Les nouveautés (en anglais) :

  • File Sync: image navigation and viewing is now allowed (but not editing).
  • Batch Convert can upright photos made with camera turned 90 degrees.
  • Slide Show: improved capability for automatic pause at designated images.
  • Warp Linear: algorithm was revised to better approximate linearity.
  • New: Highlight darkest/brightest image areas with adjustable thresholds.
  • Select Area: expand or contract a finished area in 1-pixel steps (can reduce edge effects when editing areas selected by color matching).
  • Mashup: interface was improved to simplify and speed-up image positioning.
  • Mashup: mouse can “paint” variable transparency on images in the layout.
  • User Settings: new option to include hidden files in the gallery pages.
  • Trim/Rotate: grid lines match the trim rectangle (rule of thirds always works).
  • Zoom state is retained for Open Previous File, but reset otherwise.
    (use this function for image A:B comparison, retaining zoom% and position)
  • Bugfix: Trim/Rotate removed vacated margins that were left intentionally.
  • Bugfix: Trim/Rotate failed to reinstate its prior grid settings.
  • Bugfix: Auto-Trim caused an endless loop under certain circumstances.

Installer Fotoxx 13.11 sur Ubuntu 13.10 / 13.04 / 12.10 / 12.04 et Linux Mint 16 / 15

Pour installer fotoox, appuyez sur les touches Ctrl+Alt +T pour ouvrir une fenêtre Terminal. Tapez ensuite  les commandes suivantes :

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dhor/myway
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install fotoxx