GIMP, or GNU Image Manipulation Program, just released version 2.99.2 beta, a giant step toward the upcoming 3.0 release. The heart of this update is the move to the GTK 3 UI toolkit from the existing GTK2 version. This has many advantages, especially when it comes to increasingly common HiDPI devices.
Highlights of the 2.99.2 release include:
- GTK3 based user interface, with native support for Wayland and HiDPI displays.
- Major refactoring and cleanup
- New plug-in API
- More (color) space invasion
- Render caching available for better performance
Be sure to check the complete release notes for further details on this release. You can also learn more about the 2.99.2 release and see GIMP in action in the video below.