Em Seg, 2003-11-24 às 11:40, Tarjei Knapstad escreveu:
> > > Personally - I think that Linux needs:
> > > CorelDraw equivalent/MS Publisher equivalent
Openoffice - Already included..
> > > PhotoShop/PaintShopPro equivalent
Well... I got used to gimp, but let's face it: why couldn't gimp people
just make a single window, with everything inside, like photoshop?
Something like a theme, as dreamweaver mx, which can have the
dreamweaver4 look and feel, also as the new mx one..
> > > Kazaa/Soulseek clients
There's xmule (xmule.sourceforge.net
), also as amule (didn't used it
yet, but it's somewhere on livna, fedora or freshrpms...
Scribus is a DTP alternative for linux, but as I haven't used
Scribus or MS Publisher I have no idea how they compare:
Scribus is preety much like pagemaker..
Lastly, maybe Inkspace could serve as a replacement for Coreldraw
(again, I have no experience with either,
these are just suggestions for things to look at).
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