Monday, September 5, 2011

Video demo of my GSoC project


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21 comments:

  1. Welcome to the Planet :)

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  2. Great work! i will hardly wait to use a such wonderful tool. U have my support! keep it this way!

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  3. LighteningismyHero

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  4. very impressive! u r a genius!

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  5. You are a Genius! Works like a charm. Seeking the solution for this problem. I am using gnome-shell. IF there is some autohide option for the top bar then that is great.. Thanks for sharing this small tip.

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  6. Simply great, too bad it's not going to be in 2.8, keep the good work.

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  7. Thank you for the demo and the tips, very impressive. Specially when you paste the pattern of the orange on to the apple

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  8. Works perfectly! Ive been looking all over google for this! Amazing Thank you!

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  9. Definitely worth looking into.

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  10. I am trying to learn everything I can about GIMP and other digital arts so I can teach my students how to manipulate their photos and video.

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  11. GIMP is never going to make it to the commercial world. Photoshop is just that much better and worth the price.

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  12. I am glad to catch idea from your article. It has information I have been searching for a long time.
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  13. well very nice im planing to open GSoC project too.good luck and merry xmas

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  14. when is this gonna be available

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  15. Nice Work bro!! I going to try with GIMP ;)

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  16. Since I am still using Photoshop 7, perhaps it is time to turn to gimp because I think it is updated more regularly and its a free tool.

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