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GIMP 3

  

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GIMP 3
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Downloads:  2748
Submitted:  Dec 11 2006

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Next version of GIMP, this is a mockup




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 Not for me

 
 by Cyr4x on: Jan 27 2007
 
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Tools at bottom, layers at left, images in tabs, no way! Why should i waste about 25 px vertically for tabs? Where is the great color panel from 2.3.x version? Have you seen it yet? There's only one thing to change and it'll be perfect. Make everything in one window and place tool properties at the top of the image horisontally (as in Photoshop / Paint Shopt Pro).


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 better yet

 
 by faolanaodfin on: Feb 4 2007
 
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I really like this mockup. it's excellent. however I think "The GIMP" really needs a a name change. Now, I know that it is an acromnym -- but really, GIMP?! When I hear that I think crippled and handicap, two things this piece of software is not. This name give people a false impression and is insulting to the users, developers, and to the software itself. I cannot but help to think that the image editor must lack something.

Why not use a better name one more indicative of what it does and gives it impression. Something that I can associate it with its purpose. Try these:

Inspire
Artiste
Gnosis
Gnupic
Image-Hack


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 Re: better yet

 
 by paniq on: Feb 8 2007
 
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short, offensive answer: just stop talking please.

long, diplomatic answer: in the beginning, having still that consumer whore mindset of a longtime windows user, i would have preferred if the gimp had a different name, something that sounded slick and futuristic. however, the longer i used the gimp, the more i liked the name, and the more dull "futuristic" and "slick" sounds to me.

here is why. the gimp is a creative, subversive little creature that carries magical powers. since it is a fantasy creature, it deserves an impish name. the ways of the gimp are not always easy to understand, but once you have unlocked its secrets and established a working flow, you understand that you'd rather want to be with a fantasy creature than a shop.

other fantasy creatures on my desktop: the gnome, the firefox, the thunderbird.


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 Re: Re: better yet

 
 by emes on: Feb 9 2007
 
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I've never thought about it that way. I certainly agree with it.

"Attack of the Imps" - I like that headline :-)


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 okay

 
 by freakcode on: Feb 9 2007
 
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You've put GIMP panels on a good arrangement, it looks nice.

But this only works well with full maximized windows, which is not the way most of Linux users work.

Maximized windows are more common from switching Windows users, because of the natural organization of default Windows desktop. But in Linux, desktop configurations vary too much, so the safest option is using unmaximized windows.


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  1 word

 
 by Xenogis on: Feb 10 2007
 
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ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww


Would you like fries with that? http://fries.us.to
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 Nice

 
 by jon-woo on: Feb 23 2007
 
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I love it, it's just the kind of treatment the gimp needs.

Only thing that would make it better for me would be to put the tools back the way they were and put them in that left panel instead of the layers dialog, you could put the layers dialog on the right and have handles on each that you can pull open or click open a la flash.


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 Your both wrong

 
 by jadacyrus on: Mar 23 2007
 
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ACTUALLY, The GIMP was named after a famous artist who was nicknamed "The GIMP" Because of his phsysical handicap, however, he was a superb artist.


Alex
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