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there already is an Apple Graphics Program for X

post #1 of 6
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Any one have the developers tools? Look inside Applications<Extras

and what is there?

Sketch

a basic, yet true, graphics program, it can manipulate pictures with drag and dorp simplicity. It adds photoshop and illustrator together but in a small way.

So, if you are looking for a quick draw program for X, Sketch is the way to go

ALSO!!!
This could mean that Apple is making this into something further. Such as the music player in the Public Beta eventually envolved into iTunes

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post #2 of 6
I believe Sketch was just a simple NeXT app that was ported.
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post #3 of 6
Sketch is dead,it was actually included in the regular applications folder of OSX beta.I think its there just for the source code.Actually Graphic Converter is an image processing app as well,and has been available for OSX since its initial release.
post #4 of 6
is that someone from delaware i see? didn't know they existed in the real world.

ehhrrm...yeah, i mean, i don't really believe that even a really great free graphics program included with the system would sell computers...it would be a nice little toy for newbies, but that's about it...
post #5 of 6
No no no... you're logic is way off here.

As Sine said, Sketch was a simple app ported just to give developers some sample code to play around with. It is nowhere near any sort of professional app, or even a marketable consumer app for that matter.

Regarding the "Music Player" evolution, there was none. Music Player was a simple app to play music. Period. It had nothing to do with the iTunes we have today. In fact, if Apple hadn't bought the code for SoundJam from C&G, we'd probably still have that pathetic Music Player.app today. Remember, iTunes is SoundJam. Hell, Apple still hasn't finished "reintroducing" all of SoundJam's old features; so, we'll probably see an iTunes 3.0 or 4.0 "upgrade" that offers broadcasting, skinning, and hierarchical playlists.
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is that someone from delaware i see? didn't know they existed in the real world.

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Hey, Sen. Biden is from Delaware. Also,Bob Marley grew up in Delaware-a little known fact.
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