RE: KOffice 1.4.2 available
All false. Krita is not yet another simplistic paint programm. It has the potential to replace GIMP for those who are irritated by the archane, unusable and slow GIMP gtk interface and deaf ears of GIMP developers.
Krita already supports CMYK, layers, ... you name it. It has modern interface, well integrated with KDE and it is fast.
It has still a way to go but the base foundation is sound and features can be gradually added.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Anders E. Andersen [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Friday, October 14, 2005 8:56 AM
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> Subject: Re: KOffice 1.4.2 available
> Hendrik Sattler skrev:
> > What are the others? The only painting apps that I found
> worthwhile to
> > install so far was The Gimp and kiconedit.
> Actually there are only kolourpaint and kiconedit in
> kdegraphics. Now, I will let kiconedit pass because it is
> rather specialised. But do we really need both kolourpaint
> and krita? If it was like juk and amarok where there is a
> kind of healthy competition, then that would be good, but in
> this case it seems it's just wasted resources trying to
> reinvent the wheel.
> Same goes for kview and kuickshow IMHO..
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