2015-07-11 15:30 GMT+02:00 Tim---Kracked_P_P---webmaster <
On 07/11/2015 04:55 AM, M Henri Day wrote:
2015-07-11 1:43 GMT+02:00 Tim---Kracked_P_P---webmaster <
David, here the URL of the
GIMP webpage which explains how to use the blur/sharpen tool :
Good luck !
Henri - - - Did you decide to send a reply both to myself and the list?
That is what you did.
One of these days I will read the GIMP docs. I have been using it as a
primary image tool [not vector] for 5 or more years of Ubuntu or Mint
Linux, with Paint Shop Pro as my default for Windows on my systems. I also
add GIMP to my Window system.
As for Charles post - - - YES, you have to be careful about where you look
for and download the freeware and open source software. You never know what
may be added to the downloads. I always go to the "official" site to
download most of these packages I want. To be honest, I have a web page
list, which I have not kept up-to-day, where I store links to the more
common sites I tend to go to. That way I do not have to remember the
"exact" titles of the software I want to download and not need to Google
then to find where to download them. Actually, That whole domain web pages
needs to be worked on. So, here it the link to my list. When I have time
I will update it.
Yep, that was my intention, as also in the case of the present reply. I
hope that by doing so I do not inadvertently offend....
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