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Next version of GIMP, this is a mockup




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 messy

 
 by kiddo on: Dec 11 2006
 
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Sorry, I don't quite like your idea. I was one of those who wanted a redesign of the gimp at first, then I realized that the "windows photoshop" or "paint shop pro" design was just not right.

The GIMP is not bad, once you rearrange it a little bit to use less space. Look at this screenshoot I just took: http://img89.imageshack.us/my.php?image=gimp23mr7.png This is using my simple GIMP 2.3, no hacks, just took 2 minutes thinking on how to reorganize the layout.

A good advantage the GIMP has with multiple windows is that it is awesome to use in combination with a good window manager such as Compiz or Beryl, with their scale ("exposé" clone) plugin. Still, your mockup is not a bad idea either, I think it needs discussion :)


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 Re: messy

 
 by mulder on: Dec 11 2006
 
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Nice idea, i try to customize my gimp just like you. I always lost my tools panel, and the windows save dialog (or export) is to big for my screen, maybe is a bug for gimp. :o(


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 Re: messy

 
 by tuxcayc on: Jan 15 2007
 
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I liked the window borders in your screenshot, how can i get that window decoration with those blue shapes?


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 Re: Re: messy

 
 by kiddo on: Jan 15 2007
 
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I'm just using the Tropic window borders that are available for ubuntu from the package "tropic-look"


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 Yeah, but

 
 by SamuelDr on: Dec 11 2006
 
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What I think is that there should be an option to make gimp a MDI (Multi Document Interface) trapped into a window.

What I think, is touch nothing, BUT trap every window in a bigger one, so the taskbar is not full of windows. What would be awesomer, dock the tool windows on the side, a bit like in your screenshot, so we could keep gimp's current interface or make it look like PS a bit more.

my 2¢


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 Re: Yeah, but

 
 by darkmatter on: Dec 11 2006
 
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And that will never be an option (love it or leave it).

It is a conscious design and developmental decision that The GIMP shall never use nor shall it support an MDI interface


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 Re: Re: Yeah, but

 
 by SamuelDr on: Dec 11 2006
 
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(be prepared to have a rant, and this rant is not only about the gimp. If you judge my rant is innapropriate, do not read it)

There is something I don't understand about many open source project, maybe I should say Free projects. (Note the capital F). Tell me if I was misled, but I think the concept of Free projects is the liberty of choices. The whole Gnome project doesn't have it on this side; there is about no options. As an example, it is hard to create a new color scheme for an already existing theme. I personally think that the whole idea of the Free initiative is to let everyone be able to do to their liking, in a certain way. After all, all those projects are labeled alternatives.

I am not really sure, as I do not maintain an open source project, but I don't think if a programmer commits code to make an option to make the gimp's windows dockable in an MDI and this code is maintained by this same programmer, would it hurt the life of the one who makes the brush tool?

Well, this was my about 32$ worth of 2¢. And as I said, I am currently not a project maintainer and I don't know anything about the current state of the GIMP project (except it's real good to work on images), I only wanted to see some quirks corrected.


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 Re: Re: Re: Yeah, bu

 
 by kerrle on: Dec 15 2006
 
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There are very good reasons not to use an MDI interface - there's a reason that Photoshop on Mac, for example, doesn't use one.

Of course, you have the choice to code it yourself or pay someone to do it, and the fact that the main developers don't want to do it doesn't limit your choice at all - you're free at any time to write a new interface.

As for your other examples, adjusting a theme's colors is being worked on right now, and it will probably make it into the next Gnome release. That was more of a technical problem than a philosophical one.


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 Re: Yeah, but

 
 by fuckingbugmenot on: Jan 3 2007
 
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You know, if you use a window manager like FVWM you could put all of gimp windows inside a big MDI with FvwmButtons.

I actually prefer to leave the gimp in it's own screen/page/desk so i can freely move each window where i want it, i keep the tools window on top and i don't use a task bar... so it's just a matter of taste, you could put it in a window if you want it (but i actually find it pointless).


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 nice idea

 
 by mulder on: Dec 11 2006
 
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I like, is good for the windows crosovers users. It is like the GIMPshop. Read slashdot: http://developers.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=05/03/31/231227&tid=152&tid=156


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 an option?

 
 by juanfgs0 on: Dec 21 2006
 
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It should be an option, at first i didn't like the layout of the Gimp, now i've learned how to use it and it's very comfortable (even without customizing it very much). The posibility to rearrange the toolbox in the way you like it's really cool.

Sorry for my bad english.


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 Great Idea!

 
 by niallabrown on: Dec 23 2006
 
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The current interface of GIMP is dreadfull, this is a much better arngement and it would allow you to maximise the window to block out the desktop clutter and other distractions. Currently the GIMP interface is bulky, complex and just plain aquard. Thanks for your ideas. I hope to see them implimented, a complete layout overhall is needed to make GIMP a true competitor to Photoshop.


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 Argh

 
 by freakcode on: Dec 31 2006
 
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Mac-ish, Photoshop-ish...

Yeah, right. Using GIMP as MDI could be an option for those who like it.


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