Fotoxx has been updated to version 12.12 which adds a new false color tool that allows users to create false-color images. A false color image is an image that have colors different from the true-colors of the image. The UI has also known some improvements and some bugs were fixed in this latest release.


As a reminder, Fotoxx is an open source photo editor that allows users to view and edit images, adjust image brightness & contrast, remove red-eyes, blur/sharpen images, rotate/resize images, etc. You can find full features here.

Fotoxx 12.12 Installation

To install Fotoxx 12.12 from PPA under Ubuntu/Linux Mint (12.10/12.04 and Mint 14/13), run these commands:


sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dhor/myway 
sudo apt-get update 
sudo apt-get install fotoxx

For manual installation, run these commands:

      1. i386 Platform

sudo apt-get install dcraw ufraw libc6 libtiff4 xdg-utils libimage-exiftool-perl 
cd /tmp 
wget -c http://goo.gl/iPgwz -O fotoxx-12.12-i686.deb 
sudo dpkg -i fotoxx-12.12-i686.deb

     2. amd64 Platform

sudo apt-get install dcraw ufraw libc6 libtiff4 xdg-utils libimage-exiftool-perl 
cd /tmp 
wget -c http://goo.gl/8etkC -O fotoxx-12.12-x86_64.deb 
sudo dpkg -i fotoxx-12.12-x86_64.deb
 
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