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[HELP]Ms paint clone for mac os x


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hi everyone from mac forums, first post hehe
so, heres my question, is there any software out there like Microsoft paint but for mac?
i tried google and found some prgrams like: paint brush, poster paint, pixen and tux paint
but no one suits me
i wanted a very similiar program with the exact same tools or very closest
tanks in advance for any help, i'm open to sugestions
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Please search the forums, as there have been numerous posts about this in the past.

To answer your question, check out a program called Seashore:

http://seashore.sourceforge.net/
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Someone recommended Paintbrush when this thread came up the other day. It's pretty much a carbon copy of MS Paint.

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tanks both for your replys
i*ll give seashore a try first
and paint brush isn*t exactly a copy of paint
the select tool isn-t available
like detach an specific area from the image and then resize it and move it
that was the feature that i had in mind when firstly posted
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Go for Artrage. It's the best one I've seen and you'd be amazed with the things you can do with this application! There's a free basic version and a shareware pro version. Don't forget to check out the gallery, stunning paints!
http://www2.ambientdesign.com/forums/index.php
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