__/ [Roel Schroeven] on Sunday 12 February 2006 08:24 \__
> Roy Schestowitz schreef:
>>> Ste wrote:
>>>> There is something like windows's Deweirdifyer plugin but for linux?
>> I'm afraid I don't know the Deweirdifyer plugin. I imagine it is a plug-in
>> for one particular graphical application.
> It's a plugin for Gimp on Windows that creates a root window and puts
> all other Gimp windows in that root window.
> In KDE (and Gnome and other Linux/Unix desktop environments) however, I
> think there's no need for that: it's better to make use of the virtual
> desktops feature.
You could use GIMPShop as well (.instead). It is available for all major
platform (even Windows) and it takes the windowing approach Photoshop takes
(namely child windows encapsulated within a large parent windows), as well
as renaming and re-arranging the menu items.
I am not in favour of using forks and clones, but for the sake of
completeness, I thought it would be worth mentioning:
Hope it helps,
Roy S. Schestowitz
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