gThumb 3.2.3 Permits Flickr Access via Facebook/Google Accounts

This stable release of gThumb allows saving of TGA images

By on July 12th, 2013 08:28 GMT

Paolo Bacchilega announced a couple of days ago, July 10, the immediate availability for download of the gThumb 3.2.3 image viewer and browser utility for the GNOME desktop environment.

What's new in gThumb 3.2.3? Well, users are now able to access Flickr using a Google or Facebook account, the previously created web accounts are no longer deleted when creating new ones, and the mouse cursor is displayed again after stopping the slideshow.

Moreover, images from the thumbnail list are now drawn with right offset, TGA images can now be saved correctly, the size of the toolbar in fullscreen mode has been fixed, and an issue with the video player, which was stopped after saving a screenshot, has been repaired.

Last but not least, the Russian translation has been updated, thanks to Yuri Myasoedov. For more details about the gThumb 3.2.3 stable release, please read the official raw changelog.

Download the gThumb 3.2.3 sources right now from Softpedia.

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