Also, if you find yourself looking at a tutorial on another OS like Linux or FreeBSD it will still apply to Windows. It's the same program with the source code compiled on a differant OS is all, and if the interface looks just a little differant it's because the versions of the program might be differant, and also the buttons and other widgets will have some differances in how they look. Don't be deterred by any of this, just ignore it.
Candy if the help file is a pain I just typed gimp into youtube and got all kinds of results for tutorials. Don't be deterred by any of this......
Thanks heaps I was going through tutorials for several hours last night, and still not getting very far. Had to stop and go to bed. Had a 0600 hr start today and ended up working 12.5 hours. Will check it out again over weekend. Thanks again.
GOODBYE fellow eBlah's .....it sure has been nice meeting yo'all here and I will miss everyone of you
Yeah I looked at a couple. I learned all sorts of stuff in both of them, and one of them was for complete beginners, but if I didn't already know some basic stuff I wouldn't have understood it. The best thing to do to start is to open an image file and just start doing stuff to it, messing it up, then you get a little familiar with some of what the little buttons and controlly thngys do on the main window. After that you'lle probably need questions answered. Soon you'lle be giving me tips