Raphael Quinet wrote:
> On Tue, 27 Nov 2001, Avi Bercovich wrote:
>  > eh.... I work as a webdesigner in an Amsterdam based 'top tier' New
>  > Media company. I do little in the way of print graphics thus this may be
>  > a bit off-topic... But, all my work is done in GNU/Linux in GIMP, whilst
>  > my co-workers use Macs and photoshop 5.x/6.x. The _one_ thing with we
>  > find to be a hassle wrt. GIMP is the fact that we can't share documents
>  > painlessly. There is a psd-save hack for GIMP, but the hack only saves
>  > in psd 4.0 and doesn't keep text layers dynamic. The Best Thing(tm) that
>  > could happen for us, is that a PHOTOSHOP plug-in be released that can
>  > read xcf into photoshop.
>  >
>  > CMYK, halftoning etc. would be nice indeed, but possibly a Photoshop xcf
>  > plugin might be easier?
> But who would write it?  One of the goals of many Gimp developers is
> to create a useful image manipulation so that people do not _need_ to
> use Photoshop (or other proprietary programs).  Writing an XCF plugin
> for Photoshop would certainly by nice for some users, but is probably
> not on the top priority of any Gimp developer.

Fair enough ;-)

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