design at emanuel-s.com
Fri Nov 28 07:06:39 CET 2008
a small questions - when you work(ed) on windows, do your really need GIMP for your usage? Or do you need it only, to improve, crop or resize images and similiar basis-things? Then you can also use Paint.net (or smiliar) mixed with Inkspace for Graphics (or similiar) and change the external Tool-Path to it in the settings of Scribus. I now work very intensive with Scribus (and in my case combined with Photoshop) and i don't miss GIMP for my work.
And yes, you're right - the new release of GIMP for Windows is no fun. Very slow and needs longer time to open, than i need to work with it.
On Thu, 27 Nov 2008 16:00:06 -0500
"Henry W. Peters" <hwpeters at jamadots.com> wrote:
> Please excuse the slightly off topic question, but I looked most
> everywhere I could find on Gimp's web site & could find no
> discussion/contact means. I downloaded the latest Gimp for Windows (it
> included an installer, & I use XP, dual boot) & it now looks to be a
> TERRIFIC upgrade (preliminary opinion)! Trying to go toward, as much as
> I can, to Linux (Ubuntu 8.04.1, currently), I sought an equivalent
> upgrade for the Linux distro. It appears there is none... silly me, I
> thought it was a predominantly Linux oriented program?
> Any link to a Gimp discussion list would be much appreciated. Thanks much.
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