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GiMP User Manual 2.4.1 - Special Release

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After four months of hard work we are proud to announce a special release of the user manual for GIMP. This release features a significant change in the internationalization strategy of the user manual.

This manual is entirely written in Esperanto, including all screenshots.

The releases for the manual became too large. In particular the large number of screen-shots of the same dialog in all the different languages consume a lot of space. Additionally, the various translations became hard to maintain. Rewriting the manual in one, universal language was the only way to solve those problems.

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