Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 8th Feb 2010 13:23 UTC, submitted by kragil
Graphics, User Interfaces You may remember that back in November last year, I wrote about the lack of a decent Paint.NET-like application for Linux (or, more specifically, for Gtk+ distributions, since Qt has Krita). As it turns out, this compelled Novell employee Jonathan Pobst to code a Paint.NET clone in Gtk+ using Cairo. Version 0.1 is here, and it's remarkably advanced for something so young.
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RE: Nathive
by wargum on Mon 8th Feb 2010 16:28 UTC in reply to "Nathive"
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Heck, why are all GTK programs so ugly? That's what came to my mind when looking at the screenshots.

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RE[2]: Nathive
by FooBarWidget on Tue 9th Feb 2010 23:46 in reply to "RE: Nathive"
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Entirely subjective. I think they look quite nice especially when the Clearlooks theme (the default these days) is used.

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RE[2]: Nathive
by Morgan on Thu 11th Feb 2010 02:50 in reply to "RE: Nathive"
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It's a matter of opinion I guess, but I find GTK+ to be high up on my own list of aesthetically pleasing interfaces. My favorites being OS X, then BeOS, I'd say GTK+ is third. Down at the bottom of my list are Windows XP and prior, KDE (yes, even 4.x), CDE, and the older GTK/Gnome 1.x interfaces.

Every new release of Gnome it seems GTK+ gets more visually pleasing, and I couldn't be happier. Linux Mint Helena looks great on my x86 machine.

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