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    Is There....
    An Equivelant Of Paint For The Mac?

    Also My Comp Wont Connect To The Itunes Store, Any Ideas?

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    Checked out Gimp?

    IDK about the iTunes store. Maybe it's an ISP problem or just a temporary thing that needs to be waited out.
    Eric
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    Equivalent to paint, do a search, this one came up a few days ago

    http://www.mac-forums.com/forums/sho...ighlight=paint

    spec lifeisabeach's last post and GIMP

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    thanks! thats fab! about the itunes thing, says it cant find a network.......so annoying

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    You can obviously surf the net. Maybe check your Firewall port settings. Again, it could be temporary thing that you just need to wait out.
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    where are my port settings!?!

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    That would be either in your Firewall (software) settings or router settings if it's built into the router.
    Eric
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    Just spotted this: Paintbrush.

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    whats the equivalent...
    of paint shop pro..for a mac? please reply!

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    Probably this, but it won't ship until March 24:

    http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshopelmac/

    I'm a PSP fan myself, and used it when it was a shareware tool. I'm using 8.10 at home on the Windows box. On the Mac, I've been using Gimp, but it's an X11 application and not entirely stable under Leopard.

    Hope this helps!
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    Whats the equivalent...
    to windows movie maker, for the mac?

    i want to make a video... and dont know what to use!!


    please reply someone!!

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    iMovie/iDVD.
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    i would go with iMovie

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    iMovie has more features idvd is simpler and if you just want to burn toast is the fastest and easiest and if you really want to go wild and get hollywood quality you could shell out the cash on final cut studio

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    iMovie to edit the movie and iDVD to burn it.

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