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    just found this
    looks like a llight version of photoshop

    http://www.eecs.wsu.edu/paint.net/

    * Magic wand is back and it works great
    * Paint bucket now fills with brush patterns
    * Much higher quality rendering when zoomed-out
    * Background layer is no longer "locked"
    * Selections work better now, especially when zoomed in
    * Many bug fixes
    * Faster startup performance


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    ffs....i have been trying to remember wtf that site was for a while
    cheers 15%

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    Requires Microsoft's .NET framework to run.

    It's not too bad, but I still prefer Photoshop, personally.

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    I agree, but when im online and need to do some quick editing -phtoshop & firefox really hate each other -ram wise
    will try this as an alternative when doing quickies.

    edit. aww fek it this prog also has the same conflict with firefox.
    when you switch between the 2 it goes really slow
    Last edited by 100%; 03-30-2005 at 12:47 PM.

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    yeah FF can be a RAM pig, especially if it's been running for a long time.
    Until Mozilla sort it out, running any gfx prog is gonna be a hassle.

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    i just noticed the actual essentials of the program are
    1.6mb
    the help file is 4.3mb

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    Yeah, but any decent gfx app will always contain plenty of documentation.
    It's a good thing, imho.

    just out of curiousity, have you tried the Gimp yet?

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