Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 18th Oct 2006 09:54 UTC, submitted by cypress
Graphics, User Interfaces "Pixel (formerly Pixel32) is an image editing program, similar to Photoshop or Gimp, that runs on a large variety of platforms: Linux, FreeBSD, Zeta, OS X, SkyOS and more. In an 8 year period, it has grown to become a very pleasant-looking and usefull application. Unlike Gimp, it has support for CMYK and uses its own GUI toolkit called eLiquid. Pixel can work with PSD files and work is being done to improve this feature. Pavel agreed to answer some of our questions regarding Pixel."
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RE[3]: Nice app
by mithnae on Wed 18th Oct 2006 12:19 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Nice app"
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I agree.
What is more, I really cannot understand that omnipresent bashing of GIMP UI - it is a perfect UI for traditional X window manager behaviour (focus follows mouse, click doesn't raise window to front). For me much more productive (considering UI) than anything Photoshop and clones could ever provide. But for those with experience limited to eXPperience - well, this could be pain to use...

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RE[4]: Nice app
by Sphinx on Wed 18th Oct 2006 17:44 in reply to "RE[3]: Nice app"
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I think a lot of it is people just expect a ms paint interface, want to draw a few circles and a box or two and paste some text on it, the gimp is not real intuitive for that and neither is, painter, freehand or photoshop.

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