Theocacao: A Look at the Acorn Image Editor

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Review of the Acorn image editor.

Acorn is first working example of what I would consider a programmer’s image editor. It has a very “objecty” feel to it — sort of what might happen if Interface Builder was reincarnated as a bitmap tool. If you feel more at home in an IDE than Photoshop, I think you will probably like Acorn

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Theocacao: A Look at the Acorn Image Editor

Review of the Acorn image editor.

Acorn is first working example of what I would consider a programmer’s image editor. It has a very “objecty” feel to it — sort of what might happen if Interface Builder was reincarnated as a bitmap tool. If you feel more at home in an IDE than Photoshop, I think you will probably like Acorn

(Via Theocacao: A Look at the Acorn Image Editor.)

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