graphics programs

Discussion in 'Computer Science & Culture' started by spuriousmonkey, Oct 6, 2007.

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  1. work related.

    The boss wants everybody to use the same program for graphics/vector graphics to make the panels for publications and such.

    She now discovered it will be shit expensive to switch to adobe CS3 for all. Even with academic license.

    I started googling.

    I found one open source vector graphics program: Inkscape.
    As for graphics program I found of course: GIMP.

    will test them out a bit.

    Any other good programs out there that you can put on official computers that are for free and legal?
     
  2. pencil

    pencil Banned

  3. redarmy11

    redarmy11 Registered Senior Member

  4. basically they could just all photoshop4 for their stupid panels. They are just too lazy to learn how to make tidy panels with an ancient version of a standard program.
     
  5. s0meguy

    s0meguy Worship me or suffer eternally

    How do they check if your using a legal version of photoshop anyways?
     
  6. the university computer people often solve network problems. they notice things such as illegal software.
     
  7. s0meguy

    s0meguy Worship me or suffer eternally

    Maybe you can find a keygen that allows you to change the registered owner of the program.
     
  8. why would I want to risk my job for someone else?
     
  9. redarmy11

    redarmy11 Registered Senior Member

    Call yourself a 'socialist'.
     
  10. never mind. they can sort out their own problems.
     
  11. redarmy11

    redarmy11 Registered Senior Member

    Capitalista.
     
  12. i've seen the light. It's colour is green.
     
  13. Kunax

    Kunax Sciforums:Reality not required

  14. s0meguy

    s0meguy Worship me or suffer eternally

    I asked some IT students I know and they highly recommend GIMP...
     
  15. John99

    John99 Banned

    you should try crayons and a coloring book.
     
  16. I can't. this is a computer subforum.
     
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