Category: Main Multimedia Graphics Bibble Bibble Pro 5.0.2


Bibble 5 is an ambitious project to revolutionize Digital Photographic Workflow. Expanding on Bibble 4's speed and power, Bibble 5 is designed to unite unparalleled photographic editing capability and blazing speed in a sleek, modern interface.

Bibble 5 offers Complete Selective editing - apply essentially any image adjustment to the whole image, or just a portion of the image - Asset Management that is fast and flexible, and an intuitive design that's easy to learn, and is up to 88 times as fast as other similar applications.

*** So far the program runs and displays pictures properly, unlike LightRoom 3.

One thing that I've noticed is that updating Bibble doesn't degrade the quality of the program. This I think, is due to the fact that Bibble is also available Linux.

Application Details:

Version: Bibble Pro 5.0.2
License: Retail
Votes: 0
Latest Rating: Platinum
Latest Wine Version Tested: 1.2.2

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What works

The program runs and displays images properly.

However, the panel names (on either side) seem to be displayed in an Asian language; Maybe Chinese and yes I am using the English version.#Bug

*** In order to correct this just update to the latest version. No worries and finally, PLATINUM!!! However, I will try to fix the panel problem without updating.

Everything works!

What does not

All features work perfectly just like it would on windows WITH the added speed of Linux.


What was not tested

Everything has been tested and is working just great.

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Additional Comments

There was an issue where the fullscreen button caused the apllication to flicker. This caused all my images to disappear. I had to press F5 to refresh the file system in order to correct this. Furthermore, this only happened once, so I do not think it is any sort of bug. Probably just a hardware-related issue. PS: By fullscreen button I mean the one located beside the filter buttons within the application interface.

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Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
CurrentUbuntu 10.04 "Lucid" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Feb 08 20111.2.2Yes Yes Platinumnnacheta 

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