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Fotoxx: digital image editor
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muggins

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PostPosted: Sat 03 Jan 2009, 04:49    Post subject:  

Uploaded v5.8.

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fotoxx 5.8 (released version has a few small tweaks added since the beta version)

* Visual feedback for brightness/contrast/color edits was made faster by using the window image instead of the (usually much larger) main image. The main image is updated when the changes are committed.
* Erratic mouse drag in warp function was fixed.
* Color balance was separated from brightness/whiteness adjustments.
* Bug fix: last translation in a .po file sometimes got comment appended.
* Sharpen, blur and noise reduction, when applied within an image area, can now use "blend width" to soften the boundaries.
* Added a modified "top hat" noise reduction method, which is more effective for some types of noise.
* Zoom- returns to normal display at once instead of many steps
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muggins

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PostPosted: Sat 31 Jan 2009, 11:46    Post subject:  

Uploaded v5.10.1.

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fotoxx change log
=================

2009.01.28 v.5.9 5.10
+ minor bug fixes: m_open(), m_prev(), mod_keep(), m_warp()
+ remove unnecessary window clear operation
+ minor speedups in image blur and noise-reduction functions
+ make unselect_area() available as menu function
+ updated Spanish and Galician translations
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PostPosted: Sun 15 Feb 2009, 22:42    Post subject:  

Uploaded v5.10.4.

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A Chinese translation has been added to fotoxx.

The panorama function was sometimes trying to end a dialog twice,
causing a crash. Version 5.10.4 is fixed.
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James.Esperantist

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PostPosted: Thu 08 Apr 2010, 14:41    Post subject:  

Could someone make a .pet of the latest fotoxx? Thanks!
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muggins

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PostPosted: Thu 08 Apr 2010, 19:48    Post subject:  

James,

just uploaded v10.0 here.
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PostPosted: Today, at 06:52    Post subject: Fotoxx 15.11.1 XenialDog 2016 : pet soon available  

Fotoxx 15.11.1 XenialDog 2016 : pet soon available.
Fotoxx is really a powerful editor and was worh of a new version. I will try to make a pet of it, for people aficionados of hunting (with a camera).
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mikeslr


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PostPosted: Today, at 10:14    Post subject: Building a Pet/SFS  

Hi Pelo,

As an actual, even frequent, user of the various applications you review, perhaps you could help those of us who are not as familiar with these applications in deciding which one or several we want.

For example, what features does fotoxx have that other photo editing applications may lack?

Which tasks does fotoxx perform better, or makes it easier for the user to accomplish compared to other, similar applications?

Thanks,

Edit: Inspired by Pelo, I decided to build a pet. With hindsight, I suggest this application usually be built as an SFS for reasons explained below. Although small, as the pet exceeds the size limit for attachments, the following is the fairly easy to follow recipe if you are running a Ubuntu or debian based Puppy:

1. Download the appropriate fotoxx deb from here into a work directory: http://kornelix.net/downloads/downloads.html. As I was working in and with Tahrpup64, I chose the 64-bit version.

2. Right click the downloaded deb and select "UExtract". This will create a folder named something like "fotox-16.03.1-xxx-deb.extracted" depending on which deb you downloaded.

3. Right-click the folder and select "rename". Give it a meaningful name. I chose "fotoxx64-16,03.1", placing the 64 where it would easily be seen to distinguish this application from a 32-bit application; and preserving fotoxx's version number. Left-click the folder to enter it. Left-click the "usr" folder within to enter it. Leave the folder open.

For the purpose of illustration, the folder named fotoxx64-16,03.1 is referred to in the following steps. In practice, substitute such references with the actual name you use.

4. Fotoxx requires exiftool, I discovered this when I tried to run fotoxx without it. I obtained exiftool by typing that name in Puppy Package Manager. The actual deb I downloaded was named "libimage-exiftool-perl-xxx-all.deb" --xxx representing the actual version number. As its name suggests, this is an application which requires perl. Exploration revealed that the deb included a version. Perl, being a framework, the version libimage-exiftool has may conflict with versions other applications requiring perl need. This is why I suggest fotoxx usually be built as an SFS. SFSes can be loaded when needed and unloaded if and when they would conflict with other applications.

At any rate, having downloaded libimage-exiftool to a different "work-folder". I right-clicked the deb and selected UExtract.

5. Left-Click the folder of the extracted libimage-exiftool. Left-Click the "usr" folder within to enter it. You'll see two folders: bin and share. Left-click the bin folder to enter it. You'll see a file named exiftool.

6. Left-mouse-button-press, hold and then drag /libimage-exiftool-xxx/usr/bin/exiftool into /fotoxx64-16.03.1/usr/bin and select copy. Click the Up-Arrow of the fotoxx64-16.03.1/bin to reach its parent folder; then Left-Click the "share" folder to enter it.

7. Left-click libimage-exiftool/usr/share. Within you'll find several folders. You will only need "lib-exif-tool-perl" and "perl" [unless you desire documentation]. Left-mouse-button-press, hold and then drag those files into /fotoxx64-16.03.1/usr/share and select copy.

8. Click the Up-Arrow on the toolbar of /fotoxx64-16.03.1/usr as many time as necessary until you see the folder named fotoxx-16.03.1.

9. Right-click an empty space next to fotoxx64-16.03.1 and from the popup menu select "terminal here."

10. In the terminal which opens type:

dir2pet fotoxx64-16.03.1 if you want a pet; or
dir2sfs fotoxx64-16.03.1 if you want an sfs.

That's it. You should move your pet or sfs to somewhere safe and can then delete any remaining files from your work folders.

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LazY Puppy


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PostPosted: Today, at 14:41    Post subject: Re: Building a Pet/SFS  

mikeslr wrote:
1. Download the appropriate fotoxx deb from here into a work directory: http://kornelix.net/downloads/downloads.html. As I was working in and with Tahrpup64, I chose the 64-bit version.

2. Right click the downloaded deb and select "UExtract". This will create a folder named something like "fotox-16.03.1-xxx-deb.extracted" depending on which deb you downloaded.

3. Right-click the folder and select "rename". Give it a meaningful name. I chose "fotoxx64-16,03.1", placing the 64 where it would easily be seen to distinguish this application from a 32-bit application; and preserving fotoxx's version number. Left-click the folder to enter it. Left-click the "usr" folder within to enter it. Leave the folder open.

For the purpose of illustration, the folder named fotoxx64-16,03.1 is referred to in the following steps. In practice, substitute such references with the actual name you use.

4. Fotoxx requires exiftool, I discovered this when I tried to run fotoxx without it. I obtained exiftool by typing that name in Puppy Package Manager. The actual deb I downloaded was named "libimage-exiftool-perl-xxx-all.deb" --xxx representing the actual version number. As its name suggests, this is an application which requires perl. Exploration revealed that the deb included a version. Perl, being a framework, the version libimage-exiftool has may conflict with versions other applications requiring perl need. This is why I suggest fotoxx usually be built as an SFS. SFSes can be loaded when needed and unloaded if and when they would conflict with other applications.

At any rate, having downloaded libimage-exiftool to a different "work-folder". I right-clicked the deb and selected UExtract.

5. Left-Click the folder of the extracted libimage-exiftool. Left-Click the "usr" folder within to enter it. You'll see two folders: bin and share. Left-click the bin folder to enter it. You'll see a file named exiftool.

6. Left-mouse-button-press, hold and then drag /libimage-exiftool-xxx/usr/bin/exiftool into /fotoxx64-16.03.1/usr/bin and select copy. Click the Up-Arrow of the fotoxx64-16.03.1/bin to reach its parent folder; then Left-Click the "share" folder to enter it.

7. Left-click libimage-exiftool/usr/share. Within you'll find several folders. You will only need "lib-exif-tool-perl" and "perl" [unless you desire documentation]. Left-mouse-button-press, hold and then drag those files into /fotoxx64-16.03.1/usr/share and select copy.

8. Click the Up-Arrow on the toolbar of /fotoxx64-16.03.1/usr as many time as necessary until you see the folder named fotoxx-16.03.1.

9. Right-click an empty space next to fotoxx64-16.03.1 and from the popup menu select "terminal here."

10. In the terminal which opens type:

dir2pet fotoxx64-16.03.1 if you want a pet; or
dir2sfs fotoxx64-16.03.1 if you want an sfs.


That's really much of a task to create a .pet or .sfs of fotoxx.

Here's how I do this in my LazY Puppy and now T.O.P.L.E.S.S. LazY Puppy Systems.

1. Downloading all packages and storing all packages into the same directory (e.g.: fotoxx64-16.03.1)
2. Right-click the directory and choose Combine to SFS.

Done...

If anyone would listen to what I'd developed so far, this could have been already default in Puppy Linux - though, they don't...

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