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Union D Image Tools

Image Tools is a screen capture and file sharing tool. It features multi-threaded batch image resizing, conversion, cropping, flipping/rotating, watermarks, decolorizing (grayscale, negative, sepia), and optimizing. The BMP, GIF, TIFF, JPEG, PNG, and EMF image types are supported. It is compatible with MONO (only for GNOME). Multicore processing is supported to increase performance. The quality for output when optimizing is variable. Color channels can be filtered. An internal benchmarking tool is available. Indexed pixel format images can be processed.

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  •  19 Dec 2012 06:05

    Release Notes: Speed improvements on loading thumbnails and reading images from disk. Contrast speed has increased significantly. Usability fixes.

    •  23 Jan 2012 12:56

      Release Notes: This release has an improved Color Pick form, several fixes for Recent items, and an advanced auto-updater on Windows XP.

      •  19 Jan 2012 10:46

        Release Notes: This release has improved alt-tab and multi-monitor support.

        •  15 Jan 2012 20:45

          Release Notes: This release has improved thumbnail generator speed, improved perfomance, and several bugfixes. Drag-Drop support has been added to the top Linux form for uploading to IMDrops. A stop button during image processing has been added.

          •  31 Dec 2011 11:31

            Release Notes: This release adds an auto-updater, a Screen Capture tool, a File Uploads tool, and fixes for several bugs related to GNOME.

            Recent comments

            30 Jan 2012 08:13 uniond

            If you have some errors with publishing try to create ~/.config/IMDrops and set read and write rights for it.

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