>> I have a different kind of visibility problem with the November
>> release: There is *no* text in GIMP windows. Menu bars open, but
>> there's no text. Dialog boxes open. No text. At all.
>This is a known problem on some Windows versions and/or with some
>versions of Arial (or Helvetica). (I was being a bit too optimistic
>about what information Windows gives a program about fonts.) For a more
>detaiulled explanation, see
>http://www.egroups.com/group/gimpwin-users/53.html and 49.html. My next
>snapshot will contain a workaround.
I'm playing with the AUGUST release - it's working quite well,
and the graphics artist in the next cube was trying his BEST not
to get jealous about the number of filters and textures that came
with it and the rendering speed.
I have the oldest and slowest Pentium in the office (no
coprocessor, 133MHZ, 128M of RAM) and it's slow - but not nearly
as slow as PhotoShop on the same machine.
Once I get used to it it's going to be anice tool.
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