Sunday, April 18, 2021

Fotoxx Linux Photo Editor: Simpler than GIMP

F-spot, shotwell, solang — some distros are arguing about what
should be the default “simpler than GIMP” image editor. But
there’s one that never seems to get mentioned and deserves a look:
fotoxx.

Despite a name that sounds like a wrinkle treatment,
this little image editor is lightweight and doesn’t have many
dependencies — great for a netbook or other modest machine.
And it’s jam-packed with great features.
If it’s not already packaged for your distro, you can get it at
kornelix.squarespace.com/fotoxx.

Run fotoxx on an initial image:

fotoxx *.jpg

Figure 1 shows the main fotoxx window.

Fotoxx linux

Read the rest at Linux Planet.

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