Friday, November 11, 2016

How to install Fotoxx 16.11 Photo Editor on Ubuntu 16.04, 16.10

     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 16.11 changelog:
  • New: Upload selected image files to the Flickr photo web service.
  • New: Unwarp Close-up: Reverse the distortion of a close-up face photo or selfie (balloon face, big nose).
  • Location names may now encompass multiple [nearby] geocoordinates. 
    • When editing a photo geotag, select a map marker or add a new one.   
    • The image selection range of a map marker scales with the map scale.
  • Albums can be auto-updated when image files are edited to new versions.
  • Text config files for two Metadata reports were replaced with proper GUIs.
  • Add Text and Add Lines/Arrows: style information (font, size, color ...) can be saved to a file and re-used, to avoid many inputs.

Installation instructions:

 Open terminal and insert command line...

$ sudo apt-get install gdebi

$ wget

$ sudo gdebi fotoxx-16.11-x86_64.deb

$ fotoxx

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