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is there a default image editing program like paint or that linux one? is there a free one i can download?
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is there a default image editing program like paint or that linux one? is there a free one i can download?
Yep, there's quite a few. The one that most closely matches MS Paint is PaintBrush. ArtRage is really cool too. Not to mention The GIMP, which is close to Photoshop in functionality.

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Sweet, the Gimp! That's the one I was referring to. Forgot the name. Awesome post.
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I like Seashore for quick and easy editing, however if I want to get a bit more into it, the Gimp is definately a good choice
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