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I was wondering if anyone new of any small graphics program - like windows had paint, i have gimp but thats more advance and i was wanted something to use that is simple.

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Ya, I've been looking for a Paint replacement as well. I do alot of quick *bad* Macro's, and Paint is always the easiest.

I'd use Windows... but I like the Mac OS more.
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i have a imac g5 and it comes with appleworks. appleworks has paint and drawing packaged with it. YOu might want to try there.

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There are some threads on MSPaint replacement, which a search might (or might not) turn up, but briefly:

AppleWorks has Painting and Drawing modules
http://seashore.sourceforge.net/
http://www.gimp.org/macintosh/
http://www.lemkesoft.com/en/graphcon.htm (bundled with some Macs; check your Applications folder.)
http://mackiev.com/kid_pix.html (for the kiddies...)
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tux paint is simple, but it's kind of kiddy looking

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There are some threads on MSPaint replacement, which a search might (or might not) turn up, but briefly:

AppleWorks has Painting and Drawing modules
http://seashore.sourceforge.net/
http://www.gimp.org/macintosh/
http://www.lemkesoft.com/en/graphcon.htm (bundled with some Macs; check your Applications folder.)
http://mackiev.com/kid_pix.html (for the kiddies...)
Seashore looks perfect for me. I'm interested in finding a fast loading, quick/easy editor that most importantly, provides re-sizing of images from iPhoto. Passing an image from iPhoto to Seashore is fast, and it looks easy to use. Good recommendation! Thanks!

Mark
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thanks very much and ill try seashore and maybe tux, THANKS!!!
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