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Raphael Quinet

Main Quotes Index

Issue #44, Section #1 (21 May 2001: Plug In Distribution and Gallery Maker)
Issue #44, Section #5 (21 May 2001: Plug-Ins, Menus and User Interface)
Issue #40, Section #2 (2 May 2001: Submitting Bugs to Bugzilla)
Issue #40, Section #3 (2 May 2001: Bugs and Bugzilla)
Issue #37, Section #4 (2 Apr 2001: Compiling the Gimp from CVS)
Issue #34, Section #3 (5 Mar 2001: RGB vs RGBA)
Issue #29, Section #1 (29 Jan 2001: FreeImage)
Issue #28, Section #1 (22 Jan 2001: Availability Of Patches And Updates)
Issue #23, Section #2 (19 Jun 2000: Changing the Undo Stack)
Issue #22, Section #2 (5 Jun 2000: Problems Installing The Gimp In Non-standard Locations)
Issue #22, Section #3 (5 Jun 2000: New Feature: Rotate Brush While Following A Path)
Issue #21, Section #2 (28 May 2000: Control Modifier Not Resetting In Certain Tools)
Issue #20, Section #2 (6 May 2000: Glib and GTK+ requirements)
Issue #20, Section #3 (6 May 2000: Gimp 1.1.21 Build Fails on Non-Linux Systems)
Issue #20, Section #5 (6 May 2000: Changes To gimp_tips.txt)
Issue #18, Section #2 (24 Mar 2000: Meaning of fu, and Gimp 16 support status)
Issue #17, Section #3 (10 Mar 2000: Disabling Perl-Fu)
Issue #15, Section #5 (24 Feb 2000: Bug Hunt In Perl Configure Script)
Issue #13, Section #3 (11 Feb 2000: Slow Loading Of Large Images / Tile Cache Size)
Issue #11, Section #5 (28 Jan 2000: Removing The Stack Trace When Gimp Crashes)
Issue #10, Section #3 (21 Jan 2000: An Opinion on the Gimp Splash Image)
Issue #9, Section #5 (14 Jan 2000: Feature Triage)
Issue #9, Section #6 (14 Jan 2000: Archives Of Gimp Splash Images)

 

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