New logo guidelines and web design elements posted
duffy at redhat.com
Sun May 28 19:12:56 UTC 2006
Nicu Buculei wrote:
> Máirín Duffy wrote:
>> Gian Paolo Mureddu wrote:
>>>> - For Windows it is not one simple download, run setup, and you're
>>>> good. You also have to install the GTK+ runtime environment *first*,
>>>> which just by its name is pretty intimidating for non-technical
>>>> users. In fact, it might be intimidating enough to be off-putting.
>>> I hate to disagree with you, there are GIMP packages which include
>>> GTK and install it before The GIMP as such is installed, much like
>>> GAIM packages which include the GTK runtime or not, and you download
>> Can you provide a link?
> Two .exe to run is easy enough: http://gimp-win.sourceforge.net/stable.html
Yep, as I mentioned earlier, the GTK+2 runtime & actual GIMP installer. I'm not
saying it's rocket science, but it is complicated by involving two separate
packages *plus* all of the jargon written on the page. It *could* be easier.
> I recently introduced GIMP on Windows to a complete microserf (does not
> know anything beside Visual Studio and is a newbie in using graphic
> software) who had no problem installing and learning it (with some
> lessons from http://gug.sunsite.dk/?page=tutorials), she even managed to
> produce a decent looking website with GIMP made graphics.
Again though, a technical user leading a more non-technical user....
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