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Michael Natterer

Main Quotes Index

Issue #44, Section #4 (21 May 2001: Gamma Correction)
Issue #43, Section #1 (22 May 2001: The Future of the Gimp)
Issue #36, Section #1 (19 Mar 2001: Win32 Compilation Problems)
Issue #36, Section #2 (19 Mar 2001: Locales and the Gimp)
Issue #35, Section #1 (12 Mar 2001: Dependencies in 1.4)
Issue #34, Section #5 (5 Mar 2001: Eliminating Tool Destruction and Adding Better Caching Support)
Issue #32, Section #1 (20 Feb 2001: Gimp 1.3 Windows Compile and Link Dependencies)
Issue #32, Section #4 (20 Feb 2001: Font Problems)
Issue #29, Section #3 (29 Jan 2001: Using Two Mice)
Issue #26, Section #1 (8 Jan 2001: Spheredesigner Not Included in 1.2)
Issue #22, Section #4 (5 Jun 2000: Licensing Issues With XCF Loader)
Issue #20, Section #3 (6 May 2000: Gimp 1.1.21 Build Fails on Non-Linux Systems)
Issue #20, Section #4 (6 May 2000: JPG Plugin Crashing the Gimp)
Issue #19, Section #4 (31 Mar 2000: Suggestions For Global Locking)
Issue #15, Section #7 (24 Feb 2000: Using Opacity Settings With Bucket Fill)
Issue #15, Section #9 (24 Feb 2000: Gimp Resolution Info; Printer Plugin Development Process)
Issue #15, Section #10 (24 Feb 2000: Compile Problems On Solaris 8)
Issue #14, Section #2 (18 Feb 2000: Error When Loading EPS Files)
Issue #13, Section #1 (11 Feb 2000: GIMP UI Inconsistencies)
Issue #11, Section #1 (28 Jan 2000: Incorrect Behaviour When File Plugins Cancelled)
Issue #10, Section #1 (21 Jan 2000: Coding Menu Translations)
Issue #5, Section #3 (9 Aug 1999: Approaching Potatoshop)
Issue #4, Section #1 (4 Jul 1999: Gimp Help Browser)
Issue #3, Section #1 (27 Jun 1999: Gimp Contexts Revisited)
Issue #2, Section #1 (20 Jun 1999: GimpContexts)
Issue #1, Section #2 (13 Jun 1999: Active Image/Display)
Issue #1, Section #5 (13 Jun 1999: <Image>/Layers/Stack)

 

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