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GIMP (Was: Bombing of Dresden)

On Wed, 17 May 2000, John Chambers wrote:
>I have several GIMP books, and all seem to be written for someone who
>already  knows  most  of it.  I can walk through the examples and see
>lots of huge changes on the screen, but there is rarely  any  visible
>relation  between  what  I did with the mouse and what happens on the
>screen. Is there a beginner's text somewhere that explains how to get
>it to do the most trivial things right?

Do you have "Grokking the Gimp" (the author Carey Bunks was at the
Eric Raymonds talk)? It is even available for free:
but I've seen it in stores too.

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