Yep, guess he is right, you can use it like that.
*However*... Despite being the single BEST open source program I have
seen so far (has never crashed on my computer, NEVER!!); I have to
addmit gimp is not very good when it comes to printing....
Well, at least that is my experience, correct me if I'm wrong. I
thought I'd fire this up on this thread so that maybe more people
would reply. :)

How are your printing experiences???
Last time I had to throw a lot of paper away trying to get things
right and in the end I wasn't completely satisfied. Apparently using
CMYK (meaning: not gimp) enabled software produces better results.
Another issue I had was monitor calibration. Window$ (as far as I
remember) has lots of tools like that, and I found none for the
Linux/Gimp combo. Perhaps you can help me out here! And probably
convince Michael to use Gimp instead of wasting $$. :D
Thanks a lot,
by the way, and this I have to repeat, gimp IS the best software for
linux I have found so far, congratulations to all the developers.

On Tue, 26 Oct 2004 10:36:32 -0200, Joao S. O. Bueno Calligaris
> On Tuesday 26 October 2004 11:29, Michal Adamec wrote:
> > Hi,
> > can I use the GIMP in my company (as an substitute for Photoshop)
> > for creating newspaper design? The newspaper is not free but daily
> > sold. Does GPL allows it or must I purchase Photoshop?
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> Yes, you can.
> The GPL clearly states that you can use GPLed programs anyway you like
> This includes using content generated by such a program anyway \you
> like.
> This is just a non-issue. Go on.
>         JS
>         -><-
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