I know they have a 2.6 version at Packt books too,
which people can get free access to if they sign up
for a free trial. (No affiliation).
Dan

On 12/28/11, Noel Stoutenburg <mjol...@ticnet.com> wrote:
> Friends,
>
> Steve Kinney wrote:
>
>> The other day I spent a couple of hours looking through this book at
>> the library:
>>
>> Beginning GIMP: From Novice to Professional by Akkana Peck
>>
>> http://gimpbook.com/
>
> As it happens, I've recommended this book in past threads to other
> users, and am glad to see Steve's recommendations, too. Couple of points
> to mention: there are two editions to the book, the first edition used
> GIMP 2.4; the second GIMP 2.6. If you're buying it, the second edition
> is probably the one to get.
>
> Also, the publisher used to have (and as far as I know, still does) the
> policy that if you purchase the print version, you can get the digital
> version for a nominal fee. This has proved useful to me; I've several
> Apress titles, and when I travel, I can carry a reference library on a
> thumb drive, or micro SD card, and not have to carry a briefcase full of
> reference books.
>
> Finally, Akkana is a list member, which permits me to say, "Thank you."
>
> ns
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