Development of Trisquel 8.0 "Flidas" Software proposal by category : Graphics

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Mangy Dog

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MyPaint

SalmanMohammadi
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what is the use of having it by default? Does it do the same job as GIMP?

Mangy Dog

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No but how many people actually really use GIMP ?..it's a classic yes and a great software but far too hard for most user's
ok for GIMP as default ;-)

albertoefg
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Mangy Dog is right my paint is a simpler option

For everyone not only people who has knowledge of design :)

Tirifto
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From my experience, it doesn't. MyPaint is a painting program aimed at graphic tablet users, resembling a traditional drawing experience in many ways. While it does offer advanced functions, it's image manipulation abilities are very limited from what I can remember. I don't think a selection tool is even present.

I don't think the average user would utilize MyPaint a lot. GIMP is aimed at image manipulation and while complex, I don't remember seeing any program that would be notably simpler yet offer advanced enough features.

EDIT: Pinta was very nice, but also dependant on the Mono framework.

ryanpcmcquen
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I would like to see both of them in Trisquel (they are both useful in their own way). MyPaint for drawing and GIMP for editing images.

Mangy Dog

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-Image Magic
-Libre Office Draw
-Simple scan
-Eye Mate viewer

(this is the good default choice of Uruk 1.O)

gnulux
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Simple Scan is really good now. :-)

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I think GIMP should be kept in the default install.

Fil
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Maybe a little away from "standard" usage but..
Inkscape is the greatest piece of software for graphics I've ever used.
Just in case you're wondering, no, it doesn't have the same role as GIMP, as GIMP doesn't fully support SVG, while Inkscape does.

Dave_Hunt

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SimpleScan, tesseract-ocr.

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Ignacio.Agullo
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I trust the default image viewer on MATE to be good enough.
-A simple image editor, like Pinta.
-A Photo manager. Shotwell or F-spot are enough for me.
-Simple Scan + Tesseract OCR

Tirifto
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For the photo manager, I'd like to mention gThumb. I only used it briefly a long while back, but I remember it being pretty nice and working with images in already existing directory structure. It also seems to be more actively developed than F-spot.

Pandya
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GIMP AND ImageMagic

May be Inkscape.

Ignacio.Agullo
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Yes, of course Inkscape and GIMP are excellent, though I don't how widely used they are.

I agree gThumb is good, as a matter of fact I have it installed. Hoever, gThumb lacks a feature which I find essential in a photo manager - red eyes fix. Both Shotwell and F-Spot have it.

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Are you sure about that? I was a gThumb user a couple of years ago and remember the red eyes fix feature very well, as it was very easy to use and worked like a charm.

Ignacio.Agullo
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Your comment has made me to open it and search throughtout the menus of gThumb viewer... nothing. Then, I noticed two icons at the right, that opened additional menus with tools, and sure, Red Eye Removal is there.

So, I agree on gThumb over Shotwell or F-Spot.

Allanitomwesh
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putting in a vote for Krita, it's great.

hack and hack
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Again with that polling feature:
one simple (albeit rough) way to do it is to post one software per post so that it can be upvoted (or not, or even downvote it if you really, REALLY hate a specific program. I mean like really hate it).

peter_gk
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I think gimp and inkscape would be essential for default install. Many distros keep it for value preservers.

:: Mypaint as it came as an idea, not covers the basic photo/image editing functions so I would recommend/ask to skip it. (I love it as a painter, I use it even production please don't misunderstand me.)

:: Krita again more a pro digital paint application the value of it comes with a good graphics tablet...I would skip it.

:: A good imageviewer is necessary, I think it would be gwenview...
:: Privacy protection mat would be also very nice.
:: I would recommend darktable, but again it's a kinda pro app, not required everyday and only few is using it I guess.

so summarize +gimp +inkscape +mat +gwenview
-krita -mypaint

SuperTramp83

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gimp ships by default with debian. I agree, it is an essential program to have on any distro of GAHNUU. Maybe the most entertaining program to play with. Also, very useful.

peter_gk
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+simplescan

Majin Buu
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-MyPaint
-gThumb
-Simple Scan