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On 06/08/2013 06:54 PM, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
There are a lot of very simple drawing programs on Gnu&Linux;  gpaint (a bit like "Paint" in 
Windows accessories), gnome-paint, apparently mtpaint is as bit less simple and good for photos but still very 

Draw is excellent, especially for what you were using it for.  The arrows problem could have been 
solved in gimp by creating a 2nd layer and then put the arrow in there.  Then keep an original in 
xcf format and save as png, or gif (or even jpg if you must) for sharing.  However, Draw was 
probably the best choice to keep it simple!
Regards from

Tom :)


For arrows, I use a set of "arrow fonts" i.e. most of the font glyphs are arrows in different styles and "pointing directions". You cannot have arrows with long "tails" but this is a good solution for many of my arrow needs.

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