Photoflare, a free open source image editor inspired by PhotoFiltre, released version 1.6.6 a day ago with improved stability and bug fixes.
Change Photo flare 1.6.6 include:
- Fixed a warning dialog displayed in uppercase image format.
- Fixed an issue that caused a crash when selecting a batch filter with no filters selected.
- Do not call the fixed eraser tool setting a radius.
- Fixed an eraser tool that doesn’t use secondary colors.
- Fixed an issue with translucent images and filters.
- [設定]Fixed a crash when the file was open even after restarting the app from the dialog.
- Fixed an issue where the undo history was not cleared after closing a file.
- Fixed the SprayCan tool to allow 1 pixel as the radius value.
- Fixed a smudge tool that allows 1 pixel as the radius value.
- Fixed an issue in New Dialog where the file preview limit was too small.
- Fixed zero text size allowed in TextDialog.
- Fixed a crash when using the color threshold filter on small images.
- Fixed a crash when closing TransparentDialog.
- Russian comments and common names have been added to desktop files.
- Fixed reading local translation files.
- Fixed an issue where fills did not work in transparent image formats.
- Complete Russian translation.
How to install Photoflare on Ubuntu:
For software Stable PPA So far, it includes the latest packages for Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 20.04, Ubuntu 20.10, and Linux Mint 19.x / 20.
1.) To add a PPA, open a terminal from the system application launcher and run the following command.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:photoflare/photoflare-stable
2.) After adding the PPA, update the system package cache and use the command to install the image editor.
sudo apt update sudo apt install photoflare
To remove the Photoflare Image Editor, use System Package Manager or run a command in your terminal.
sudo apt remove photoflare
And[その他のソフトウェア]Of tabs[ソフトウェアとアップデート]Use or run the following command to remove the PPA.
sudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:photoflare/photoflare-stable