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  1. #11
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    the authors of gimp are not pleased by anything, particularly when that includes somone trying to do somthing better with gimp.. a decent fork of gimp that gains a good developer team would be a real boost to "graphics on linux"

  2. #12
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    Well.. I don't know if they're pleased or not, but I don't care.. The thing is that they are aware of what the license they chose for GIMP allows, and that forks like this are possible, so they sure shouldn't now be "mad" about it and I actually don't believe they are..

    That said, I don't mind GimpShop. As I said, it could be good for photoshop hot heads who couldn't make themselves put that bit of time to get used to and grasp a new (and possibly) better interface.. Their loss.. :P

    Thanks
    Daniel

  3. #13
    another alternative would have been to run photoshop using wine which i do because i just like photoshop and gimpshop just isn't photoshop. i've been using photoshop for a couple years so that's just what i do cause i'm used to .

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