Linked by Roberto J. Dohnert on Thu 17th Jul 2003 18:34 UTC
Features, Office On July 15, 2003 the Scribus project had a milestone release. They released Scribus 1.0. I have used Scribus both personally and professionally since the early development times. 8.0 was when I first used it. 1.0 came with so many bug fixes and has become so refined I decided to do a review of it.
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@Eugenia
by Bas on Thu 17th Jul 2003 19:33 UTC

>I suggested Gimp to my husband who has a great passion for
>photography lately, and he immediately dissmissed it when he
>found that it doesn't support 16bit per channel.

FilmGimp supports over 48bits per channel.

Cameleo from caldera.fr is a total solution for Linux
but is not free. www.caldera.fr, we use this for our photo/print and repro work.

The Gimp is a fine program with lots of plugins and tools other programs do not have, since your husband is a programmer why not let him work on the 16bits per channel in the Gimp?
You could help him make a better interface for the Gimp...allthough i find it ok like its now.

I will take over OSnews for the time being and will off-course be most objective just like you.

Thanx in advance.