ed@Mint wrote:I'd suggest you to stop using (or trying to) cracked software and start using Gimp.
Yeah, you have to change a bit your habits, but using linux is about changing your habits from Windows, right ?
ed@Mint wrote:I understand there are specific needs that can not yet be fulfilled by Linux.
In your case, the best solution is still dual-boot or (even better ?) a Windows VirtualBox.
Thoug i'm sure there exists some tool to achieve what you want, you should ask on some Gimp users forums.
Btw, image slicing and html table layouts are outdated and not standard compliant.
Finally, on a personal opinion, i prefer to keep windows to run windows apps, rather to run windows apps inside Linux, but that's another subject...
The terrible complexity of CSS has now stopped the amateur hand coder from writing a nice layout in a text editor. CSS is for uber-gurus and ultra-geeks. I'll stick with tables until the browsers cannot display them any more lol...
Zwopper wrote:Try Pixel!
merlwiz79 wrote:This is the Development part of the Forums really and you should post here http://linuxmint.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=57
Looks like when the new layout was made this wasn't made obvious.
I have been using Inkscape and Gimp for anything I want to create.
I like the screencasts for Inkscape here http://screencasters.heathenx.org/page/6/
You could crack it in windows and copy the files from windows into the wine folder.
Husse wrote:Although it's no secret that cracked software exists please don't post about it in the forum.
I don't know if someone can hold us liable for promoting this if it's in the forum - stranger things have happened
However there is no link to a crack so I don't think some action is needed
But - all posts with links to cracked software that I discover will be deleted
austin1 wrote:Screenshot of CS2 running under Wine in Daryna XFCE...
I tried to install a well-proven crack for CS2 :twisted: but it failed :evil: - kept saying there wasn't enough disk space, which is nonsense. It probably had trouble trying to write the stealth entry onto the fake C: drive that tells subsequent installation attempts that you've already had your 30 days trial (or something like that). ...
austin1 wrote:... Yes I'll continue to dual boot XP and Linux. ...
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