mikeg at u.washington.edu
Fri Apr 14 21:33:38 PDT 2000
Yes, but bundled with Windows comes a useless yet reoccuring blue screen.
And I don't like it. But I have to deal with it for reasons surpassing the
interest of many readers. Let's put it this way .. If I had a choice, I'd
run Linux on all my machines. (-:
Justin Huff wrote:
|There is a port of GTK and GIMP to windows:)
|----- Original Message -----
|From: "M. Guerquin" <mikeg at u.washington.edu>
|To: "UW Linux Group" <linux at u.washington.edu>
|Sent: Friday, April 14, 2000 10:41 AM
|Subject: Re: Gimp?
|> Oh, totally! I'm kinda a Photoshop geek myself, but only because that's
|> what's available for Mac and PC. I played with the GIMP for a little when
|> I had Linux running on a fast machine, but now that I've only got a sad
|> P60 for linux, I'm not so sure Gimp would be up to speed. Anyway, I'd be
|> happy to learn about Gimp's recently acquired features (last time I toyed
|> with it was ~ 0.99), as I'm soon to get a somewhat faster machine
|> running Linux.
|> And script-fu's always been a unique part of the Gimp.. certainly worth
|> looking into.
|> Anyone else interested? This could be fun! (=
|> ~ Michal
|> R. David Whitlock wrote:
|> |That could be most excellent, if there is any other intrest (than mine)
|> |the idea. I was tooling around with it last night, and while I can use
|> |some of the script things to make a logo or two, I couldn't figure for
|> |the life of me how to do something simple, like add a shape to the
|> |background of the text. Anyone else?
|> |On Fri, 14 Apr 2000, Cliff wrote:
|> |> I'm only marginally fluent with the gimp, but I was thinking it might
|> |> cool to have someone show off how to do those cool textured lettering
|> |> styles without using something pre-built...maybe a rough intro to
|> |> script-fu?
|> |> Cliff
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