Issue #16: GIMP Handbook / Jan 2014
Cover Theme: GIMP Handbook
DVD: ArtistX + GIMP 2.8
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This single issue is a complete guide to the GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP), a remarkable photo editing tool that is available for free for all recent versions of Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.
The DVD included in this issue contains GIMP installation files for Windows and Mac systems (look in the /gimp directory). GIMP comes pre-installed on most Linux systems. If you would like to compile GIMP yourself using the freely available source code, see the article on page 6.
For more on obtaining GIMP, visit www.gimp.org/downloads.
Click the link labeled “Show other downloads” for information on Windows and Mac OS.
GIMP is a free image editor for Linux, Mac, and Windows systems.
This is a complete tutorial on the vast range of GIMP capabilities.
We'll help beginners take their first steps. Advanced users will discover tricks and hidden features for their own images.
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Mozilla’s product think tank sinks silently into history.
TODO group will focus on open source tools in large-scale environments.