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My dad finally downloadet crossover office and I've got Photoshop 6.0 now...
Does anyone know, how to use Brushes and Textures? I tried to download some, but it as I expectet, it didn't work... Is there a way to use them?
And another question: Where do I get good looking fonts (not the normal ones, they are kinda borring)?
Tiffany raises a question I've had now that I'm trying out linux. How do fonts work in Linux? Windows and Mac have the the same fonts, but you have to have the one for your operating system. What does Linux use?
I use photoshop 7, gimp is still 3 panes... not one. making it hard to switch tools. Gimp can do just about everything photoshop can do, but there are still things it cannot do. There are features in Gimp that are not in photoshop.
Gimp cannot import layered TIFF files, 8 or 16 bit.
Gimp's menus are harder to find items.... they are several levels deep just to get to 'levels'.
I am comparing PS7 to the new Gimp.
Now the new PS is tons better than Gimp.