Fotoxx 16.09 (xenial)
(Image Editor and Collection Manager)
* New upstream version
+ Fotoxx startup is much faster when there are few new image files to
Huge galleries also show much faster. The image index file is
a new format. The old file is kept for safety, and can be deleted
+ Indexing can be completely bypassed if Fotoxx is started from a file
(e.g. Nautilus) to open a selected file, which displays instantly.
edits work normally. Search and map functions are disabled because
require the image index. The index can be updated on demand or the
time Fotoxx starts normally. Set options using Tools > User Options.
Galleries with images from multiple directories (from a search
recent images query, timeline report, etc.) now include the lowest
directory name in addition to the file name, photo date and thumbnail
User Options: view last file version only:
This option now affect both image file view and gallery view. If set,
the latest version of each image file is shown, also in gallery pages.
Albums and results from search functions are not affected.
A user can optionally use the Mapbox map source by acquiring an access
These are free for moderate map usage (50,000 tiles per month). See
User Guide for a description of the differences and how to obtain a
Inserting plugin text in the output file names was simplified. Photo
(from EXIF metadata) can be inserted into the output file names.
The user data in /home/<user>/.fotoxx can now be located wherever
This also enables multiple image collections, managed separately.
The report by location and date-group and the timeline report were
more elegant with non-scrolling table headers. Click on a table
to get a corresponding thumbnail gallery of images.
Gallery sort by photo date:
Multiple edit versions of the same photo were unsorted because they
share the same photo date. Resolved by using file mod date as tie
+ User Options: If a font was selected that had no monospace
some report formats looked horrible. A generic monospace font is now
+ Gallery sort by photo date was incorrect after editing photo dates.
(self-corrected after displaying some other gallery and coming back).
+ When saving a modified image as a new file or version, some obscure
metadata was not being copied to the new file.
+ Trim/Rotate: the [+90] and [-90] buttons failed when pressed multiple