Are there any GIMP geeks and geekets reading this post? Have you tried running GIMP 2.7? Have you tried replacing old GIMP 2.6 and using GIMP 2.7 exclusively for a few days?
If you watch Meet the GIMP podcast you will hear that author prefers GIMP 2.7 and that he has replaced GIMP 2.6 with GIMP 2.7 without looking back.
I know that GIMP 2.7 is still a development version but can you please comment any cons and pros while using GIMP 2.7.
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