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GIMP - I feel like an idiot - how the heck to I get it???


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I've been over the Gimp website...and I still have no idea what they are talking about.

All I want to do is download Gimp and run it. Source codes? Gimp2 Portfile?

I thought I left all that crap behind with Windoze.

Any help is appreciated!
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Try http://sourceforge.net/projects/gimpmac/
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Whoa pjhutch! That is GIMP 1.3. Trust me, you DONT want that! You want GIMP 2.2.x. See the following link:

http://gimp-app.sourceforge.net/

This is the most recent Mac version (2.2.11) and is a Universal binary.

Note that GIMP is X11 based, so you need to install Apple X11 from your OS X install DVD before running it.

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