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Re: [vox] greeting cards on linux

heh.   i just realized how cynical that sounded.

it's just that it's a pita to keep going to papyrus to pick up greeting
cards.  i'd like to get it done immediately when i think about it.  not
when i manage to make it out to papyrus.  it can also be pretty

and i don't really believe in sending cards for each and every little
thing, but some people get offended when you don't.

anyway, i'd like to automate the process as much as possible.  point,
click, print would be great.  :)


begin p <p> 
> you're missing the *whole* point...
> i don't want to write the meaningless crap.  i want someone else to
> write the inane words for me, pick out the colours and fonts, choose a
> cheesy graphic, and leave a space for me to write "love, peter" at the
> very bottom.    ;-)
> basically, i want to print something out, slap a stamp on it and put it
> in the mailbox.  ;-)
> pete
> begin Joseph Arruda <zeruch@dibona.com> 
> > 
> > GIMP and Autotrace?
> > 
> > z
> > 
> > On Sun, 1 Dec 2002, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> > 
> > > looking for greeting card software on linux.  there was something called
> > > neocard, but it seems to have disappeared without a trace.  even all
> > > mention of it on freshmeat is gone without explanation.
> > > 
> > > does anyone know of software that will create greeting cards on linux?
> > > 
> > > pete
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