Fotoxx, a complex and free image manipulation software for GNU/Linux platforms, has reached version 14.07 on June 30 and is now available for download from Softpedia or via the default software repositories of your Linux distribution.
As noted in the official changelog, Fotoxx 14.07 introduces support for the well-known and powerful RawTherapee application, which has been added as an option for the RAW image file processing functionality.
Furthermore, this release comes with a smaller main menu, which has been shrunk to save space, a batch upright utility that will find and upright photos turned at 90 degrees, as well as geotag and metadata edits on the right-click popup menus.
While the Mashup function has been improved with arrows, draw lines, transparent images, and overlapping control, the image matching for color and exposure differences functionality of the Panorama component has been improved.
Fotoxx 14.07 now allows the user to save an image with selected areas to the PNG format with unselected parts transparent, which can be very useful when importing the photo to another image editor, such as GIMP. Also, the world map is now two times larger in area, and the current image on the gallery page is now highlighted better for ease of use.
Last but not least, several bugs have been fixed in Fotoxx 14.07, such as a memory leak in the Mashup function, an sRGB color space issue in the batch RAW function, as well as a file rename problem that could output an erroneous thumbnail. Download Fotoxx 14.07 right now from Softpedia.