Tuesday, December 05, 2006

A New Download site for the Windows version of GIMPShop

Well, we had to find a new home for the Windows executable for GIMPShop. My apologies for not getting on this sooner.

Here are some other mirrors for the file as well. The file should be 7.4 MB.

Mirror 1
Mirror 2
Mirror 3
Mirror 4
Mirror 5



12 comment(s):

Will you be releasing v2.2.13 for Windows? Or are you waiting for 2.4 to come out? o.o

By Anonymous Anonymous, at December 28, 2006 12:55 PM  

Geat Work! Many thanks and Keep it up! //Yuri

By Anonymous Anonymous, at January 19, 2007 12:23 PM  

Thanks for the work on this, however... when I run the program I'm just getting the same old Gimp. I tried uninstalling my old Gimp and reinstalling Gimpshop, but it's the same thing. Definitely the old Gimp, and not one that's supposed to resemble Photoshop. Any idea what's going on? (running Windows XP Home SP2)

By Blogger Eric Herman, at January 22, 2007 4:39 PM  

same problem here...

By Anonymous Anonymous, at January 22, 2007 5:35 PM  

same problem was on mac os x (the newest one, do not remember the codename)...

and when shall gimpshop be introduced to gentoo portage tree?!

By Blogger klon-immor[t]al, at January 24, 2007 12:30 PM  

It's not the same as GIMP. The menus are different. The menus are made to act more like Photoshop. The overall look doesn't change that much from The GIMP.

Check out this page for a more detailed explanation.

http://plasticbugs.com/?page_id=294

By Blogger Chad Smith, at January 24, 2007 12:35 PM  

The Windows 98+ version didn't work on Windows XP for me, so I downloaded this, that worked:
"GIMPshop 2.2.4 for Windows: WinXP port of GIMPshop"
at
http://plasticbugs.com/?page_id=294

/chriz8

By Anonymous Anonymous, at January 28, 2007 1:37 PM  

Maybe this isn't the right place, but what the heck...

I've been running Gimpshop on Ubuntu Edgy for quite some time, and it sure is a great hack! :-) It's just that, lately, Gimp has refused to start up, giving me a symbol lookup-type error message. When I tried to remove Gimpshop, everything works as normal, so it has something to do with the hack...

Any ideas about this?

A more detailed statement of the problem can be found in this post in the Ubuntu forums: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=2135574

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By Blogger Arbizaa, at March 06, 2007 6:38 AM  

the MacOSx-universal download is broken :(

By Blogger Ivo, at March 13, 2007 5:45 AM  

i had my first GIMP crash after installing this, but seems to be flowing alright now.

i installed using the readme instructions but i'm a bit stupid, the readme failed to tell me pskeys.bat was in the BIN folder, so i just did a search for it and ran it.

i watched the youtube installation video and during his installation he had an orange window pop up after opening gimpSHOP. i did not have that. but, photoshop keyboard strokes do seem to be in effect, regardless. this is great, i'm so damn tired of hitting "S" and not getting the rubber stamp.

also - my virus protection software picked up a trojan during install. the entire reason i found gimpSHOP in the first place was because i finally came to a point where i needed the user manual for regular gimp - but couldn't find one that didn't make my virus protection software scream "BACK DOOR DETECTED!" so i posted to the forums, mentioning that i was a photoshop user who uses a lot of keyboard strokes... someone directed me here. i'm using it now, and what a joy. i can't believe this software's free. rock on.

By Blogger dori, at March 28, 2007 2:57 PM  

Very nice. Just what the doctor ordered. Thanks.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at February 07, 2008 1:35 PM  

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