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GIMP 2.4.6 Released

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GIMP 2.4.6 is a bug-fix release in the stable 2.4 series. No new features are being added here, just bug-fixes.

Changes in GIMP 2.4.6
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- fixed handling of the "antialias" tool option (bug #521069)
- when loading a TIFF image, always set a filename on it (bug #521436)
- fixed initial state of curve type in Curves tool (bug #523873)
- fixed potential crash in the Dicom load plug-in
- respect the brush mask in the Heal tool (bug #521433)
- plugged some minor memory leaks
- fixed a glitch in the DND code (bug #317992)
- gimp-image-convert() must not accept palettes with > 256 colors (bug #525471)
- fixed parameter description in the Map Object plug-in (bug #526679)
- fixed compilation of unit tests on Mac OS X (bug #528160)
- fixed handling of "argc-lower-val-y" PDB parameter in Curve Bend plug-in
- fixed overlap problem in Hue-Saturation tool (bug #527085)
- fixed asymmetry in Unsharp Mask plug-in (bug #530077)
- don't show non-existant color profiles in the selector (bug #528958)
- fixed issues with default aspect ratio in the Crop tool (bug #532057)
- fixed compilation of the PDF import plug-in with libpoppler 0.8
- fixed bug in clipboard brush code (bug #532886)
- corrected layer mask flag in PSD save plug-in (bug #526811)
- fixed an issue with tablets and newer X.Org releases
- keep the JPEG save plug-in from writing an empty EXIF tag (bug #529469)
- fixed crash in Selective Gaussion Blur plug-in (bug #529280)
- added new translations (Belarusian, Catalan, Norwegian Nynorsk)
- translation fixes and updates
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