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Glimpse 0.1.2 Release Notes

Monday, March 2, 2020


This release iterates on our very first “minimal viable product” release. The primary objective was to improve the experience for Windows users and fix non-English translation files.

This is also the first release where we have provided a source tarball for Linux distribution packagers. Please note that you will need to mark libgimp as a conflicting package as there is a lot of code and file name refactoring we still need to do.

We also took community feedback on board and reinstated the “Color” icon pack and “Grey” UI theme. Upstream contributors are also now credited in Help > About > Credits.

Installation

GNU/Linux users can install Glimpse Image Editor 0.1.2 as a Flatpak from the Flathub repository. There are also a number of additional installation options for Linux detailed on our Downloads page.

Windows users can use an MSI file to install Glimpse Image Editor 0.1.2 on 32-bit and 64-bit systems running Windows 7 or later. We chose that type of installer to assist businesses and schools using centralised software management systems. This can also be found on the Downloads page.

Known Issues

New Features

Glimpse 0.1.2 is still based on GNU Image Manipulation Program 2.10.12. It also still uses the following dependency package versions:

Windows Improvements

UI Improvements

Code Improvements

Credits

We would like to thank everyone who contributed towards making Glimpse 0.1.2 a success, particularly those unnamed individuals who spread the word about our project on social media, shared their feature requests with us and provided feedback to the development team during the beta testing phase.

Creator

Maintainers

Code Contributors

Documentation Contributors

Artwork Contributors

$20+ Tier Sponsor Contributors

$5+ Tier Backers and One-off Donors

We would like to say a special thank you to all of our financial backers on Open Collective regardless of whether they are listed below or not. Without your help this release would not have been possible, and your continued support is highly appreciated.