On Thu, Apr 08, 2004 at 08:03:57AM -0700, Carol Spears wrote: > On Thu, Apr 08, 2004 at 04:19:33PM +0200, Ellen Reitmayr wrote: > > > > I think it would also be interesting to see how more experienced GIMP > > users handle the software - but for an initial feedback new users are > > more revealing. We are not trying to make the GIMP run on a field it was > > never meant for - except you think it was never meant to be used by new > > user 8-) > > > i had a heck of a time learning computer graphics. another problem with > this test is that a seasoned photoshop user would not even think to use > tools and methods that are what makes TheGIMP what it is. Why not? I have spoken to some photoshop users and they're very well encouraged to use TheGimp. If a user don't really want to use a software, he could find a disadvantage on every software he see.
> i am sorry. i am really not being combative on purpose. it has been > several years for me of watching the gimp develop to work on several > operating systems and race apps that dont even work on linux. some how, > some day, some one will think about the linux people also -- so let me > keep pointing out how much the tests are very very uneven and actually > sort of rude. I don't think they're sort of rude or I miss some point here. Why they're sort of rude, because of some crappy tools which Linux doesn't have? I would expect, that TheGimp will become more powerfull and usable as he was in the past. Thats why the usability tests are for. At least that TheGimp's userbase consists of developers, graphic geeks and normal users. We're providing the Gimp manual for the most of the normal users, btw. > can someone please make a fair test, just once? What will be a fair test in your mind? Greetings -- Roman Joost www: http://www.romanofski.de email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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