Yorba has released a bug-fix update to their digital photo manager application 'Shotwell' bringing a number of fixes including background setting in GNOME 3, better RAW photo management and more.
With its version number jumping up almost as fast as a kid on a bouncy castle, Yorba have announced a new release of digital photo manager Shotwell.
Photo management application 'Shotwell' has hit version 0.9 this morning. New features added include support for .tiff images, a new search bar and the ability to edit multiple photo titles at the same time. Installation details for Ubuntu 10.04 and 10.10 users, along with some pretty screenshots, are inside.
Ubuntu 10.04 LTS users wanting to install Shotwell 0.8.x on their computers now can thanks to one users' hard work. Like many of those sticking with Ubuntu's Long Term Support release Martin Wimpress found that many updates to his favourite applications weren't being made available for 10.04. Rather than moan or go without he decided to do something about it.
We love Yorba here at OMG! Ubuntu! and no-doubt many of you do to. Share some of that love by getting your coding digits dirty and compiling the latest Shotwell from trunk to hunt down bugs ahead of Shotwell's next release...
Like wet Gremlins snacking after midnight, there are some categories of apps where the amount of choice available borders on crazy . Wallpaper changing applications are very much of this breed, so what makes 'Wallpaper Gallery' - a new 'timed wallpaper changer' app for Ubuntu - more Gizmo and less manic Mogwai?
A new update to photo management application 'Shotwell' has landed - but what's new and what's improved?
Shotwell 0.8 has been released with some fantastic new features for users.
Of the many great features proposed* for Ubuntu 11.04 is integrating Ubuntu One and Shotwell photo manager. The blueprint blurb offers a few examples of what such a marriage could provide: - Photos synced with […]
With photo manager Shotwell 0.8 adding video downloading/reading support many of us are going to find our lives made that little bit easier. Yorba‘s Adam Dingle posted the following call for testing on the Shotwell […]
A new release of the excellent photo manager shotwell isn't that far off and from development so far it is packing a few new goodies...
The latest version of photo manager Shotwell has developed into something pretty with plenty of new features and enhancements, including: – Migration support for F-Spot users: Shotwell can now import photos directly from F-Spot, including […]