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PhotoQt is also available for Windows and can be installed from the official repositories of an increasing number of Linux distributions and also some third-party repositories. You can follow its development over on GitLab.
Do you have any questions about PhotoQt? Do you need help with some feature or behavior of PhotoQt? You can find a growing selection of frequently asked questions right here. If you don't find your question there yet, send me an email.
If you find something that isn't quite right? Please let me know. The best way to do so is by opening an issue over at GitLab.
PhotoQt had various logos throughout the about 12 years of its existence. With the complete overhaul of PhotoQt based on Qt6, it gains its latest one, designed and contributed by @hadouken. In addition to the new logo, the new website sports a more modern look with the interface designed around the same colors as the logo. Read on for a little bit of PhotoQt logo history.
PhotoQt 3.4 will be the last version of PhotoQt built on Qt5. Nevertheless, it still brings a bunch of improvements and also some new features. The next release of PhotoQt will be v4.0 based on Qt 6.2+.
PhotoQt stands in opposition to the unjust war waged by Russia on Ukraine.
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