On Mon, 2003-11-24 at 14:26, pctech(a)mybellybutton.com wrote:
Ummm....There is a Photoshop/PaintShopPro equivalent.
It's called Gimp.
> > Personally - I think that Linux needs:
> > CorelDraw equivalent
> > MS Publisher equivalent
> > PhotoShop/PaintShopPro equivalent
> > Kazaa/Soulseek clients
Every professional PhotoShop user out there will tell you that the Gimp
in it's current state is nowhere near a PhotoShop equivalent (but yes
it's getting there).
As for Kazaa, if it's Gnutella you're missing then Limewire has a linux
client freely available.
Scribus is a DTP alternative for linux, but as I haven't used either
Scribus or MS Publisher I have no idea how they compare:
Lastly, maybe Inkspace could serve as a replacement for Coreldraw for
(again, I have no experience with either,
these are just suggestions for things to look at).