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Thread: Paint.net ported to linux

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    Paint.net ported to linux

    Miguel de Icaza has ported paint.net to mono it seems:
    http://tirania.org/blog/archive/2007/Dec-21.html
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    Re: Paint.net ported to linux

    looks interesting. I'm quite a fan of this software when I'm using windows. Amazing how many paint/image programs are started by someone doing their university projects.
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    Re: Paint.net ported to linux

    This program definitely needs to be a part of Ubuntu repos sometime in future. Not many people can use Gimp effectively. This program is more suited for basic editing.
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    Re: Paint.net ported to linux

    I use Paint.net when I'm in Windows. I think it's great for simple editing.
    Current distro: Kubuntu 11.04 + KXStudio

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    Re: Paint.net ported to linux

    This is definately a great (free) program in Windows. I look forward to when it is fully ported to Linux.

    I know the developers for Paint.NET have no interest in porting it to Mono, but I wonder if they will be more inclined to cross-platform it once the Mono team has it ported?

    I think Krtia is the closest equivalent to Paint.NET, but Krita has been buggy with me (with my tablet especially). Anyone know of any other good drawing programs (yes, I do use Inkscape)?
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