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    hey guys, i need some free photo editor program for windows xp , to edit ,resize and costumize pics any ideas?
    thanks!!!
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    Paint.NET works for simple stuff. Gimp if you wanted photoshop-style features, but it's gotten pretty bloated too. There are several sites out there where you can edit your pics online but I don't use them.
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    how do you change the opacity in these programs?
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    Did you try Gimp as suggested above, you can alter opacity settings in that.
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    thankd for the sugestions the most important that I need to change the opacity and resize pics for make my own scrims
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    Aviary Phoenix is really great as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SISGO View Post
    how do you change the opacity in these programs?
    In Paint.net you can go to the Layer top menu option, then layer properties, then you will see an opacity slider



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    I've been using GIMP for about a year now. It's a great program. It's free too
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    i've using paint.net and is good so far but I'm missing some photoshop adjustments
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    Quote Originally Posted by SISGO View Post
    i've using paint.net and is good so far but I'm missing some photoshop adjustments
    You should try Gimp (gimp.org). I was surprised that it has all the features it does I do know it's much better then Paint.net
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett92C View Post
    You should try Gimp (gimp.org). I was surprised that it has all the features it does I do know it's much better then Paint.net
    "Much better" can be pretty subjective, based on what you've used in the past, and what you need the program to do. Many have found that paint.net has "just enough" for them, and much simpler than gimp. Gimp has much more than most people need.

    The good news is that both are free and can be evaluated.... you can in fact use both at the same time
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