I think he might be asking when gimp will be able to "hook-in" to KDE such that KDE themes, etc, will appy to gimp as with other KDE "aware" apps. In other words, when will gimp be a "KDE-aware" app or will it continue to be an X app on Linux?
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|Carol Spears <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] KDE-gimp
On 2002-03-30 at 1044.12 -0500, Carol Spears typed this mail:
> On 2002-03-30 at 0925.04 +0100, Johannes Wilm typed this mail:
> > Hi,
> > I wondered when we are expected to see the gimp with the "modular" GUI, so
> > that someone can start writting the KDE-interface?
> > -- Johannes Wilm
> hmm, i suggest using linux. gimp was made to work on linux first.
this was a grumpy braindead answer. i am sorry. but kde is a desktop
manager and gimp is a graphics manipulation program that should work in
a kde environment. sort of like a module that will manipulate graphics.
desktop environments should manipulate desktops and graphics programs
should manipulate images. unless i really missed something.
if kde gives you a console, try to type "gimp&" and see if that works.
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