On 02/04/2013 04:53 PM, DaviesMediaDesign wrote:
> Yeah 2.8 is still a good program but I just got way too accustomed/attached to
> the way everything is laid out in 2.6. If they came out with a version of Gimp
> that incorporated properties found in Illustrator, like scalable vector
> graphics, I would make the switch.
This sounds like a job for... Inkscape!
Depending on the kind of work you do - and especially if you have
found Illustrator useful - it might be very beneficial to have both
Inkscape and the GIMP installed. Relatively speaking, Inkscape's
bitmap editing capabilities and the GIMP's vector editing
capabilities are "rudimentary."
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