GIMP: The Official Handbook : the Gimp User's Manual Version 1.0.1

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Coriolis Group Books, 1999 - Computers - 895 pages
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The authors comprehensively cover GIMP by teaching readers all aspects ranging from installing to scripting to working faster and more efficiently through shortcuts. Features a 32-page Color Studio with inspiring images readers can create by learning all of the program's techniques in the book. The CD-ROM contains core GIMP software, plug-ins, and libraries that add file formats and effects to harness the power of this expandable and extensible program.

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Kylander is a designer and illustrator, and also an architect with a Master's degree in Architecture from the Chalmers University of Technology.

Kylander is a UNIX and network systems administrator. He received his formal computer education at the Chalmers University of Technology. He works for the UNIX/Network consulting company Sigma-nbit in Gothenburg.

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