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Your devices do probably not like the Progressive JPEG files GIMP 2.8 writes by default. It's not like this is anything new, so there isn't a real excuse for their manufacturers to not support this, but well... You can change this in the JPEG export dialog: deactivate the Progressive option save those settings as the defaults for JPEG export There was ...


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The error message starts with: This is a development version of GIMP. This means that you do not run a stable version of GIMP. Stable in the same meaning as an Ubuntu release - updates for bugs and security issues do happen, but you do not get new features. You've got a development version of GIMP installed - probably the one from ...


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Starting from GIMP 2.8, the behaviour changed: XCF is now the default format for saving images. This is because of the non-destructive nature of this file format: it retains the layers in the image. PNG/JPEG are import and export formats. Use File -> Open to import these and File -> Export (or Overwrite) to save PNG/JPEG images. This change was done to ...


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For anyone experiencing this or similar problem, here is what I got that helped solve my situation. Here is what I got from the XSane developer(s) ... On Wednesday, 13 May, 2015 03:13 AM, Rolf Bensch wrote: Hi xxxxxxxx, For your scanner you need to install libsane >= 1.0.24 or MP230 series scangearmp from Canon. To upgrade libsane, you ...


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Try looking into the PythonFu Slice filter. It will take an image and then divide it into however many pieces you want in as a even a way as possible, then you can manually re-join them in whatever way you want. There's also the Guillotine plug-in that divides up the image based on any guides on the image. Again, this would require you to manually composite ...


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Try simply reinstalling GIMP. Run in a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T): sudo apt-get remove --purge gimp sudo apt-get remove gimp sudo apt-get autoremove sudo apt-get install gimp gimp



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