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    Mspaint


    I have not had any luck with installing mspaint.

    I just can not get used to Gimp.

    Any tips ?

    Thanks.

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    PPM can not find Pinta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fixit7 View Post
    PPM can not find Pinta.
    I just installed it used the Ubuntu Software Center, nice program you will like it.
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    I am using Puppy Slacko.

    Andy

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    There are several suggestions on the page I linked. I'm sure one of those will be in your distro's repo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fixit7 View Post
    I am using Puppy Slacko.

    Andy
    Have you tried installing from the tar file? They have instructions for that.

    Installing Pinta - Pinta
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    Thanks for your help.

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    did I miss something..mtpaint is on the default puppy slacko desktop and is basically the same as mspaint but with more file types for save.

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    My suggestion is to plow through the learning curve of GIMP since it's incredibly powerful once you get there. IMO it's well worth the effort.

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