Monday, August 8, 2016

How to install Fotoxx 16.08 Photo Editor on Ubuntu

Fotoxx is a free Linux program for editing photos or other images and managing a large collection. Image directories (folders) can be viewed as a scrolling gallery of thumbnail images. Navigating directories and subdirectories is simple and fast. Click on a thumbnail for a full window view of the image. The image can be zoomed, panned and scrolled using the mouse. Gallery thumbnails can vary from small to huge. Popup windows can be used to view multiple images at any scale. Galleries are also used to display image search results and albums.

Fotoxx 16.08 changelog
  • Remove multiple images by clicking thumbnails.
  • Drag thumbnails from a file manager or gallery to an album and position.
    Slide Show:
  • The last image remains displayed until Escape is pressed
  • Transition preferences: fix large dialog that can overflow a small monitor.
    Select Hairy:
  • Show the tones currently being selected or deselected.
  • Select and deselect thresholds were adjusted for finer selectivity.
    Select Area:
  • Area edit: edge blending appearance was made smoother.
  • Area copy and paste: smoother edges via variable pixel transparency.
  • Use two parallel sessions to drag and drop thumbnails across galleries.
  • Report by location, new option: sequence by date-group and location.
  • Timeline report: create a table of image counts by year and month.
  • Click on a year/month to produce a corresponding thumbnail gallery.
    Color Mode:
  • Sepia coloring was improved.
  • A new slider was added to adjust effect from zero to 100%.
    User Options:
  • Add an option to set the gallery background color.
  • The Favorites popup menu is initialized with defaults, if empty.
  • The mouse selection circle remains visible in transparent image areas.
    Bugs fixed:
  • Images by date-range and location: too many images were being selected.
  • Paste Area: brightness and edge blend adjustments reset each-other.

Installation instructions:

Open terminal and insert command line...

$ sudo apt-get install gdebi

$ wget

$ sudo gdebi fotoxx-16.08-x86_64.deb

$ fotoxx

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