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Posted by: Anonymous [ip:] on November 08, 2007 09:03 PM
So the GIMP has one feature that every art program has had since 1986. It is not considered a feature any longer. What if you are working with an area that has no keyboard shortcuts? Like a lot of layer work? You need the UI visible, but does it have to take 60% of the screen space. You need to see what you are working on while interacting with the visible aspects of the UI. It does not take a genius to make a smaller UI. All it takes is two days by a semi capable artist, but since the GIMP team are to arrogant to let anyone else touch their baby, it will take them ten years.


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