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GIMPshop

GIMPshop

GIMPshop is a fork of the free/open source graphics program GIMP, which changes the layout of the user interface to mimic Adobe Photoshop. GIMPshop was therefore designed to ease the transition for Photoshop users.

GIMPShop was orginally developed for Mac OS X, but has been ported to Windows, Linux, and Solaris.

Scott Moschella developed GIMPship " ... to make the Gimp accessible to the many Adobe Photoshop users out there. I hope I've done that. And maybe along the way, I can convert a Photoshop pirate into a Gimp user."

 GIMPshop 2.2.11

Price
Free to download

Size
12.6 MB

License
GNU GPL

Developer
Scott Moschella

Website
www.gimpshop.com

System Requirements
XML::Parser perl module
GLib >= 2.4.5
atk >= 1.0.1
GTK+ >= 2.4.4
libart-2.0

Support:
GIMPshop blog

Selected Reviews:
PC Magazine, OSDir.com

Features include:

GIMPshop shares GIMP's feature list, customisability, and availability on multiple platforms, while addressing some common criticisms regarding the program's interface: GIMPshop modifies the menu structure to more closely resemble Photoshop and adjusts the program's terminology to match Adobe's. For example, the menu system has been reorganized to match the familiar Photoshop order (File, Edit, Image, Layer, Select, Filter, View, Window).

It supports Photoshop plugins, through a host plugin that can run on Windows or Linux. All of GIMP's own plugins (filters, brushes, etc.) remain available.

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