After my latest upgrade I now have a layered GIMP package (in addition to the one I already had installed from the fedora remote) and also I noticed a bunch of other added packages including things like the GTK2 version of Adwaita. I accidentally upgraded while using my work network, so I’m not sure if it could be related or not… anyone else seeing this after their most recent upgrade?
Yes, I also saw this, and others have mentioned it on the
#silverblue IRC channel, so I guess it’s something that’s accidentally slipped into today’s build.
Not me, but I use the Gimp flatpak, it works great! As for some packaging with relationship to GTK2 would likely have to do with the inevitable adoption of GTK3.
I saw the additional packages yesterday too, but today’s update solved it.
I also use the GIMP flatpak; there’s no real need to overlay it anymore, unless you need an extension not already flatpak’d. But there are a bunch of the best ones already available in Flatpak.
|BIMP||Batch Image Manipulation Program, a GIMP plugin to apply a set of manipulations to an entire group of images!||org.gimp.GIMP.Plugin.BIMP|
|FocusBlur||Focus Blur plug-in crete a blurring effect similar to Depth of Field.||org.gimp.GIMP.Plugin.FocusBlur|
|Fourier||A simple GIMP plug-in to do fourier transform on your image.||org.gimp.GIMP.Plugin.Fourier|
|G’MIC||GREYC’s Magic for Image Computing||org.gimp.GIMP.Plugin.GMic|
|GimpLensfun||GimpLensfun is a Gimp plugin to correct lens distortion using the lensfun library and database.||org.gimp.GIMP.Plugin.Lensfun|
|LiquidRescale||LiquidRescale plugin to resize pictures non uniformly while preserving their features, i.e. avoiding distortion of the important parts.||org.gimp.GIMP.Plugin.LiquidRescale|
|Resynthesizer||Set of GIMP plug-ins that heal (in-paint), synthesize texture, theme an image, and more||org.gimp.GIMP.Plugin.Resynthesizer|
Just install it like this in a terminal:
flatpak install org.gimp.GIMP.Plugin.GMic
Add whatever ones you want to the same command line to install many at once.
Yeah it seems they removed all those installed packages a day or two later. No harm, no foul.