__/ [ Bill H ] on Thursday 23 February 2006 16:30 \__
> roySchestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> __/ [Au79] on Sunday 05 February 2006 06:24 \__
>>> Desktop Linux - USA
>>> When Novell recently reported early results from its survey of what
>>> applications people wanted ported to Linux, a lot of people were
>>> to see ...
>> 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
>> curricula of the Government for schools.
>> Any Windows user knows that Corel Draw and JASC Paintshop Pro can, in
>> practical use, do almost everything which Photoshop does.
>> * http://www.gimpshop.net/
>> * http://www.gimp.org/screenshots/
>> * http://www.inkscape.org/screenshots/index.php
>> (Among dozens more, not to mention ray tracers and renderers...)
>> The fact that Photoshop has become a dictionary term in its own right
>> like "Google") does not help either. A crushing majority of the
>> in the GIMP newsgroups (and mailing lists go) about with statements like
>> Photoshop I do X, now how can I do it in the GIMP?"
> Linux sucks that's why use it every day. Because I am water
You are very smart, too.