Graphic Design Tools
jperryl at ecs.fullerton.edu
Sun Nov 27 04:50:17 CST 2005
To be fair, I only became acquainted with it when, upon being asked rather
suddenly to teach a course in multimedia, snorted around the software on
our server and found it (and precious little else!).
As you say, you really can do quite alot with it.
I'm a paid owner as well ;-)
I'll be hitting you up for that, whatever (don't do coffee, alas..
probably why I can't program worth a farthing), at RevConWest!
On Sat, 26 Nov 2005, Dan Shafer wrote:
> Would you believe this?
> I've owned a GraphicConverter license for years and I never knew it
> could create or modify graphics. All I've ever used it for is
> converting from one format to another!
> ::Sound of open palm smiting forehead::
> I just opened it and I actually think I could learn to use it to do
> all the graphic stuff I've always said I didn't know how to do.
> I owe you a Latte (or other non-alcoholic drink of your choice) next
> time you're in Monterey (who knows when THAT might be, hmmmmmm?).
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