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    Pixelmator
    Pixelmator is finally out . I have been waiting for this Photoshop like App

    http://www.pixelmator.com/

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    It actually...looks...good...
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    Like wow! It really looks good. Too good actually. I'd like to know what photoshop has that this doesn't thing doesn't though. Now that is a great find. But from it's forums it seems still a little buggy. I think after a few updates it'll really be a viable choice to use.

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    It integrates with iPhoto too. And it looks really great I'll be sending money for this

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    When someone uses this tell me if it has an equivalent of the polygon lasso. I live by that tool. I see lasso, but not polygon.

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    wow that looks really awesome!
    The UI looks beautiful.
    I love how they added the function of using the isight camera.
    I will definitely get this.

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    I was on the beta. I like it, but it seems really slow compared to Photoshop cs3 on my 2.1Ghz G5 iMac.
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    i love the way it looks, I feel like i might download the trial and see what it has that photoshop doesn't and visa versa.
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    It seems to be missing adjustment layers, which are very important, you have similar adjustments as in Photoshop, but because these cant be on layers, editing is very destructive. Also 16bit Tiff isn't supported, which is a another big negative.

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    Priced at $59, it is a nice fit between freeware tools and Photoshop Elements, which is around $100. BUT, what does it have that is better than GIMP, which is free?

    BTW, I would also keep my eyes on the promising looking (if oddly named) ChocoFlop. With a bit more development, this could be a real contender, and it is only at its 0.6x release level. By the time it reaches 1.0, it could be an excellent tool.
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