Discussion in 'Gimp Tips & Tutorials' started by Cyrilshark, Jan 31, 2010.
its a tablet, and i have a graphire2. lol
I have a pencil and paper. ;D
my beloved red mechanical pencil.
well so what? i mised up pallet and tablet! they sound much like the same! :-[
Does you TABLET recognize writing?
in windows. i still havent dared to touch the xorg yet... so i dont have pressure and the like in linux, but the pen works.
IT WORKS OH MY GOD!!!!
his brain! ;D
i finally took the time to read it through, sorry i didnt earlier
"3. It's not native to Mac, but it runs easily, smoothly, and fast using X11 and is extremely easy to install, and it runs natively on Windows. You can also easily run it on Linux, Ubuntu, and pretty much, if not every other OS out there."
it is native to unix systems. ubuntu IS linux just one flavour of many. it runs on linux, windows, mac, freebsd, and solaris.
"It's native to Macs and PC's, which is great for Mac users like myself."
i see "native" again. i dont think its so much "native" as it is "runs on". native means where it comes from originally, i would expect that its native to windows, but was made compatible with macs as well.
"If you're looking for tutorials theres really nowhere else to go than GimpTalk. Check it out for yourself!"
you can go to gimper.net we do have a whole bunch of good ones buried in here. links add: http://gimpology.com http://www.pixel2life.com/tutorials/gimp/
"Where gimp has an unfair reputation for being bad, paint.net has an unfair reputation for being great."
i never knew well i really think paint.net is more for painting than manipulating.
I think I just contradicted myself xD
I'll update with the ext version, thanks for reading!
no, you were kinda redundant, in a way
Separate names with a comma.