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Austin Donnelly

Main Quotes Index

Issue #39, Section #1 (16 Apr 2001: Speed-up for Bumpmap)
Issue #38, Section #4 (6 Apr 2001: Scaling of Work Images)
Issue #37, Section #8 (2 Apr 2001: SOID Error Codes)
Issue #34, Section #2 (5 Mar 2001: What's Going on in Gimp-Print Land)
Issue #34, Section #4 (5 Mar 2001: Preview Icons)
Issue #33, Section #1 (26 Feb 2001: Use of RUN_WITH_LAST_VALUES)
Issue #33, Section #3 (26 Feb 2001: Reposted patch for Gimptool DESTDIR)
Issue #32, Section #3 (20 Feb 2001: PaintObjects)
Issue #32, Section #4 (20 Feb 2001: Font Problems)
Issue #32, Section #5 (20 Feb 2001: Logarithmic Histogram)
Issue #31, Section #1 (12 Feb 2001: GTK+ Colorselector)
Issue #31, Section #7 (12 Feb 2001: Passing Masks to Histograms)
Issue #28, Section #6 (22 Jan 2001: Duplicate Name Related Errors)
Issue #27, Section #4 (15 Jan 2001: Suggestions For GIMP)
Issue #27, Section #6 (15 Jan 2001: Submitting Patches)
Issue #23, Section #2 (19 Jun 2000: Changing the Undo Stack)
Issue #22, Section #4 (5 Jun 2000: Licensing Issues With XCF Loader)
Issue #19, Section #4 (31 Mar 2000: Suggestions For Global Locking)
Issue #15, Section #2 (24 Feb 2000: Adding Save Copy, Autosave, and Color History)
Issue #15, Section #3 (24 Feb 2000: Location of Flatten/Add Alpha Channel)
Issue #14, Section #2 (18 Feb 2000: Error When Loading EPS Files)
Issue #12, Section #3 (4 Feb 2000: Removing HSV To RBG Routines)
Issue #11, Section #5 (28 Jan 2000: Removing The Stack Trace When Gimp Crashes)
Issue #10, Section #4 (21 Jan 2000: Ambiguity in undo.c)
Issue #9, Section #6 (14 Jan 2000: Archives Of Gimp Splash Images)

 

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