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Old 2009-07-13, 06:34   Link #1
aila19
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photoshops..

or anything like it.. so I can edit pictures, make gifs or something.. any suggestions??

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Old 2009-07-13, 06:44   Link #2
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Check the Software: Requests and Suggestions thread, which you would have found yourself if you bothered to check the sticky thread in this forum.
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Old 2009-07-13, 18:17   Link #3
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GIMP is entirely free and runs on most platforms. Unless you're using highly arcane functions in Photoshop, the GIMP will handle most all your needs.
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Old 2009-07-15, 04:34   Link #4
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Image ready is my best friend and works great and easily
it's not free only 30 day trial i think
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Old 2009-07-18, 17:14   Link #5
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Originally Posted by Cuppy Cake View Post
Image ready is my best friend and works great and easily
it's not free only 30 day trial i think
Image Ready only comes with the older Photoshop programs, before CS3 at leased
to get it you have to get Photoshop as well

nowadays Adobe isn't releasing any new Imageready programs instead people have to do with Photoshop and Fireworks, I hate fireworks...
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Old 2009-07-18, 17:29   Link #6
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Originally Posted by -KarumA-
Image Ready only comes with the older Photoshop programs, before CS3 at leased
to get it you have to get Photoshop as well

nowadays Adobe isn't releasing any new Imageready programs instead people have to do with Photoshop and Fireworks, I hate fireworks...
Actually, CS3 and newer versions have the abilities of ImageReady built in... This guide will tell you how to use the functions originally in ImageReady in Photoshop CS3/4
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