Re: [Gimp-developer] Using GIMP for Paper Prototyping the Colors Menu

2005-08-29 Thread Sven Neumann
Hi, Akkana Peck [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Apparently someone (in gnome?) is working on some sort of card-sorting app to help with distributed paper prototyping. The application I am speaking of is being developed by the team behind openusability.org. The main advantage will be that it will

Re: [Gimp-developer] Using GIMP for Paper Prototyping the Colors Menu

2005-08-27 Thread michael chang
On 8/27/05, Akkana Peck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: card-sorting app to help with distributed paper prototyping. But it occurred to me (based on an offhand comment I read on slashdot, of all places) that GIMP itself could be a pretty good paper prototyping system. After all, you can have lots of

Re: [Gimp-developer] Using GIMP for Paper Prototyping the Colors Menu

2005-08-27 Thread michael chang
On 8/27/05, michael chang [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It might help if you bind the text layers to a coloured layer, (either white, or white with an outline, or something), so they're easier to see. [Especially if trying to create a layout that fills multiple conditions.] Sorry, said this before