| 6:31 pm on Jul 2, 2001 (gmt 0)|
:) Now as soon as OSX gets polished to the "usable on a daily basis" level, I might consider getting it... also still waiting for a sufficient # of important compatible software releases at this point (hello? Adobe?).
| 6:32 pm on Jul 2, 2001 (gmt 0)|
| 7:30 pm on Jul 2, 2001 (gmt 0)|
LOL... Kinda funny that I *so* pride myself on being "Microsoft Free," but I'm a total slave to Adobe products... But at least Adobe is only trying to dominate one relatively small market segment, I s'pose.
They say they'll be releasing for OS X soon... we shall see....
| 7:39 pm on Jul 2, 2001 (gmt 0)|
why not try MacGimp :)
| 7:56 pm on Jul 2, 2001 (gmt 0)|
It's not just PhotoShop... it's also InDesign, GoLive, AfterEffects, Acrobat... When I say "total slave" I really do mean it! :) All the same, is MacGimp full featured now? I'd heard it was still a pretty choppy Beta...
| 11:08 pm on Jul 2, 2001 (gmt 0)|
When I say "total slave" I really do mean it!
I can see what you mean.!!!
Go this from the MacGimp Site:
The first release of the product will ship on June 25 2001 and will cost $24.95. easy Mac-style point-and-click (Mindvision) installer
Here is what's included on the MacGIMP CD:
stable rootless implementation of XFree86 4.0.3, plus XFree86 4.1
customized window manager that looks like Classic (see window below)
complete documentation in HTML and PDF formats
helpful tutorials to get you started
more than 100 filters plus default brushes and patterns
true type fonts and sample artwork
everything you need to conveniently edit web graphics in MacOS X
source code for all of the above, including the GIMP_Cocoa project
Only problem at the moment is no CMYK, but they reckon will be sorted with the next release/update.
(Not a bad for a try-out?!?!?How much is Photoshop:)
Hope this helps.
The website is:[macgimp.org ]
| 11:25 pm on Jul 2, 2001 (gmt 0)|
How much is Photoshop
My boss buys my software, and Adobe has a very nice licensing feature that allows you to install a single licensed copy on both your work and home machines, if you work from home sometimes... which I do.
Free is a pretty good price, eh? :)
I'll have to look into MacGimp though, when I upgrade my home machine.