sudo aptitude install pinta
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install pinta
Look the link please and you will see what is Pinta
burjans wrote:[sic] Professional software of edition is not comming in the operating system (Photoshop or Photopaint are not by default in Windows) ¿why? ... is simple, all users are not designers ...
If we were to follow your logic, then we should say that MS-Word is for professional writers only and mere mortals like you and me should be content with a much more simpler word processor like the built-in Windows Write. So, is that the reason why MS-Word (or MS-Office-whatever-version for that matter) was not included as default in Windows? NO! It's not included because it's an optional productivity software that is more feature-rich than Windows Write and it has to be purchased separately!
The real reasons why users say the Gimp is hard to use/too complex/what-other-horrendous-reasoning-for-such-an-abomination-against-the-Gimp is simply because (1) the default interface is "too much" for them and (2) they never gave it a time of day to LEARN how to use the application properly so it can be used as a productivity tool, even if it were as simple as editing the brightness and contrast of a picture.
I am sorry if you want to compare Gimp with the suite Office, this is not the point, you changed the theme.
...but if I need to use many days to learn something ..... is not so easy to learn to use Gimp how do you say, is easy only for the people who used Photoshop before
Jix wrote:I'm pretty good with Photoshop but I hate Gimp. It tries to be like PS and that is its downfall. You expect all the menus and features to work the same but they don't, at least on a logical level. I'd prefer having a simpler application in its place as long as it has the following features:
Various file format saves
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