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Re: [vox] Tux Paint 2002.09.28
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Re: [vox] Tux Paint 2002.09.28

I tried it out -- very nice!  Was waiting for someone to 
make a Gentoo build, and finally just compiled the source.

I think this little program will become very popular.  My 
wife wants to play with it.  :-)  Great job Bill!

-- Rod

On Saturday 28 September 2002 02:53 am, Bill Kendrick wrote:
> Another day, another version :^)
> Tux Paint, my drawing program for kids, now supports Brazilian Portugues!
> It also allows for system-wide configuration (/etc/tuxpaint/tuxpaint.config
> or /usr/local/etc/tuxpaint/tuxpaint.config, depending on how it was built).
> You can also disable the 'fancy' mouse cursor shapes ("--nofancycursors")
> to avoid the SDL bug that causes trails of garbage under fullscreen in
> Windows and non-X-Window under Linux.
>   http://www.newbreedsoftware.com/tuxpaint/
> Enjoy!
> -bill!
> PS - It's also reviewed in the current issues of
>      "Linux Journal" magazine in the US,
>      "Linux-Magazin" in Germany, and
>      "Revistas do Linux" in Brazil!
> PPS - Sid and Woody ".deb" packages are available for download.
> PPPS - A NetBSD build will be available within the next day or so.

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