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Yocal 09-05-2003 03:18 PM

A fantastic 'Adobe PhotoShop / Macromedia Fireworks' clone :o)
 
Lets play Jeopardy!

// Yoc.

Saraev 09-05-2003 04:18 PM

Can't go wrong with the Gimp.

www.gimp.org

Yocal 09-05-2003 04:36 PM

Uhm, i've already tried that :-/ Either, i cannot figure out how to use the program, or else it needs some functionallity :o)

Like drawing a rectangle - HOW?! Argh...!

Isnt there any proff software?

// Yoc.

Scruff 09-05-2003 07:44 PM

Gimp has almost all the same features as photoshop. I used PS for years all the way up to PS7, and find I can do mostly the same thing in Gimp. Its not QUITE photoshop, but its close enough for free. You just have to learn how to use it. You didn't learn photoshop in a day, did you?

Most things are done by right clicking in the image window.

ezyeric 09-05-2003 11:11 PM

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Originally posted by Scruff
Gimp has almost all the same features as photoshop. I used PS for years all the way up to PS7, and find I can do mostly the same thing in Gimp. Its not QUITE photoshop, but its close enough for free. You just have to learn how to use it. You didn't learn photoshop in a day, did you?

Most things are done by right clicking in the image window.

I have never liked having to do that...

DrOzz 09-05-2003 11:24 PM

http://www.imagemagick.org/
http://pixel32.box.sk/
http://filmgimp.sourceforge.net/
http://www.acc.ne.jp/~tam/RubyMagick/
ftp://ftp2.corel.com/pub/linux/Photo...INT9Lnx.tar.gz
not only do i not know anything about these programs, i have also never even used them before....
Quote:

Powerful graphic editor in PhotoShop style
1) Adobe Photoshop [Prop]
2) Gimp
3) Paint Shop Pro [Prop]
4) Pixel32 [Prop]
5) Corel PhotoPaint [Prop]
6) Macromedia Fireworks
these are the list of programs from the page i looked at showing the windows programs, and the list of links i gave are alternative programs to use in linux....so you can give some of them a try...

catscape 12-10-2003 05:33 PM

Gimp does a lot for the money (g), and it even has most of the tools that Photoshop users are used to. I just wish the Gimp interface would make more sense. The Photoshop UI is nearly perfect. A beginner could figure out the basics without reading the manual.


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