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RawTherapee: the newest open source raw photo editor

RawTherapee: the newest open source raw photo editor

Posted Jan 14, 2010 15:31 UTC (Thu) by ikm (subscriber, #493)
In reply to: RawTherapee: the newest open source raw photo editor by drag
Parent article: RawTherapee: the newest open source raw photo editor

> it's not really the Gimp's fault with this particular problem.

Well, I'm sure you understand that while this is technically true, in reality it doesn't matter whose fault is that.

> I have not tried the developer version of Gimp yet, but this guy says he is using single window mode in 2.7.1, but it's not turned on by default.

Thanks. No, there wasn't such an option in mine's install, but I've just updated from that PPA to 2.7.3-something, and there's that option now indeed! So I turned it on, and I can say gimp looks MUCH better now! Utilities now occupy left and right vertical screen areas, which you can resize with splitters to give more or less space to the canvas in the middle. Also, instead of different windows for different images, there are tabs now. Overall, this looks so much better, you wouldn't believe!

However, right now this works glitchy as hell. Oh well. I'll wait for 2.8. That's all very promising. Thanks for a pointer!


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RawTherapee: the newest open source raw photo editor

Posted Jan 14, 2010 16:01 UTC (Thu) by drag (subscriber, #31333) [Link]

> in reality it doesn't matter whose fault is that.

It's just the fix is easy. Use Metacity or something that works correctly.
;)

I tested Metacity, Openbox, Compiz, and Gnome-shell (which uses Mutter) and
all those behaved how I expected it. No Gimp windows getting mixed up with
anybody else's.


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