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The second palette is for Layers, Channels, Paths, Undo-Brushes, Patterns, and Gradient as its title bar indicates. Again we can see the absence of menus. Just below the title bar there is a drop-down menu which displays a thumbnail for each open window, this is extremely useful when working with multiple images. The rest are two tabbed panels where we can find Layers, Channels, Paths and Undo History in the upper one and Brushes, Patterns, and Gradient in the lower one. The behavior of both palettes is now linked to the image window.
The GIMP has many tools to do the unimaginable with any image you want to edit, of course it also allows us to build images from scratch. Like other applications for professional image editing, this program supports layered design, gradients and an endless list of incredible functions, You know, it would take days and a lot of writing to explain each of them, anyway, you can go to the Help menu and read about them and what they are capable of doing. The best thing about GIMP's functionality is that we can extend its features through the installation of additional plugins.