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Revision 1.18, Sun Nov 20 00:00:28 2011 UTC (7 years, 7 months ago) by ryoon
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2011Q4-base, pkgsrc-2011Q4
Changes since 1.17: +2 -3
Update to 11.11.1
Fix some problems in v.11.11 released a few days ago:
+ Bugfix: crash in vertical panorama.
+ Bugfix: crash after moving images to trash and "Open Recent Files".
+ Restore user feedback for functions running more than a few seconds.
+ Creating and editing collections was made easier and more intuitive.
+ Synchronize Files always works incrementally and runs automatically at
startup. Image navigation/viewing is immediately possible but editing
is blocked until the synchronize is finished (normally a few seconds).
+ Straighten Image: fix less than optimal results for images needing
a large correction. Menu was renamed to Keystone Correction.
+ New menu: Help > User Guide Changes: summary of changes in the user
guide for recent releases (minimize effort to keep up with changes).
+ New menu: Help > Edit Functions Summary: a one-page "quick reference"
summary of all the image editing functions.
+ New topic added to the user guide: How to organize a large image
collection to minimize effort and to optimize image searching.
+ The status bar now shows if a dialog is waiting for input
(and possibly hidden under another window).
+ New keyboard shortcut: N = Rename Image File.
+ Transform and Retouch menus were rearranged to follow typical workflow.
+ Rotate and warp dialogs have convenience buttons to grid line setup.
+ Grid setup: the x and y grids can be moved around over the image.
+ New utility: update collections if the top image directory is moved.
+ The package build method was updated to improve Debian packaging and
include dependencies on non-library programs. The RPM packages do
not include this because the package names are not compatible.
# $NetBSD: Makefile,v 1.18 2011/11/20 00:00:28 ryoon Exp $
COMMENT= Program for editing image files from a digital camera
USE_TOOLS+= gmake pkg-config