Loc: Pittsburgh, PA
GIMP 2 was released recently and for the first time for OS X. I haven't tried it yet but it looks like an interesting program.<br><br>"The GIMP developers are proud to release version 2.0 of the GIMP, the leading freely distributable program for photo retouching, image composition and image authoring. This release is a major event, marking the end of a three year development cycle by a group of volunteers and enthusiasts who have made this the most professional release of the GIMP ever. It is the first stable release that is officially supported not only on Unix-based operating systems, but also on Microsoft Windows and Macintosh OS X."<br><br>Here's a link to the download site.<br><br>Here's a link to the story.<br><br>
Loc: Pittsburgh, PA
I just installed GIMP, the process was fairly easy using x11 and the gimp.app. So far it seems pretty useful, especially if you don't want to fork over the money for PS or PS elements. But it certainly won't win the pretty award... <br><br><br><br>
#153513 - 03/29/0404:07 PMRe: GIMP 2.0 For Mac OS X
I would love to try it out, but there's no way I'm going through the ridiculous bullsh!t to get that thing to run. X11, this library, that library, Gary Gnu, whatever. F that.<br><br>The newsgroups and Serial Box are a helluva lot easier. <br><br>
i have downloaded it the other day and scared the hell out of me when it started installing small files here and there, just like a windows installer.<br><br>i also couldn't find the menu bar, but after 2 minutes i realized that the menu is taken up by X11 and the menu bar of GIMP is on a palette. <br><br>
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