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Member Since: Dec 22, 2011
Location: Tempe, AZ
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Mac Specs: 13" Macbook Pro 500GB OS10.7.2 i5, 4G 32GB iPod Touch

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Being a switcher, I grew accustomed to using Microsoft Paint over the years in addition to other picture software, because it was quick and easy. I didn't have to sort through menus to do what I wanted, and it worked out great for me. I just got my Macbook Pro about a month ago, running Lion 10.7.2. I've already replaced Gimp - that was easy because they make a Mac version, but Paint is the only program I haven't able to completely replace.

I want to be able to use the "new" MS Paint software that comes with Windows Vista and 7 on my Mac. I'm well aware of Photoshop and all the other alternatives, and in doing research, I realized I DO NOT want to have a similar program doing these things, I want the SAME one I used to have and love.

Anyone have any ways of accomplishing this? I found the old version from XP and prior and was able to get it running with Wineskin... but the options on there aren't good enough for me D: and I can't find the new version.

If I have to pay for it, I don't care, that's fine. As long as it works, I'm happy. I'm also NOT going to install Parallels or use Boot Camp because I'd feel very dirty installing Windows on my Mac.

PLEASE, please please! Do NOT link me to alternative programs. I know they're out there, don't want them. Thanks.
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