Roy Schestowitz decided to enlighten us with his/her wisdom by explaining to
> People who request that port are people who have never put their hands on
> other toolkits or have previously taken pricy courses on Photoshop. Same
> principles apply to MS Office, which is taught everywhere, sometimes due
> to curricula of the Government for schools.
Even though Photoshop is not the most user friendly application ever
written, The Gimp is simply a UI nightmare and makes Photoshop seem like
child's play. I use them both, even though I'm not exactly an expert at
either. However, I certainly feel much more comfortable in Photoshop, no
matter how much I _want_ to love The Gimp, and I a big time fan of OSS.
> Any Windows user knows that Corel Draw and JASC Paintshop Pro can, in
> practical use, do almost everything which Photoshop does.
Wrong. Paintshop Pro can do a lot Photoshop can do, but Photoshop is still
heads above it by a long shot. Corel Draw is a vector drawing app. The Gimp
is still at least a generation behind the ease and flexibility of