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The program is fully compatible with Windows 7 and can be downloaded from here.
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The free edition includes common image editing tools like gradient, crop, fill and selection tools, many brushes, allows Saving and playback of events, arrangeable palettes, many image and effect filters, support for pen tablets and allows for Virtual memory management..
For professional users, the program offers layers, group layers and support for the PSD file format.
It also features basic image editing tools such as fill, crop, gradient and selection tools.
It also has different effect filters like mosaic, emboss, sharpen and blur.
which has an easy interface of Paint but much more powerful (layers, magic lasso selections, etc.). It's being developed more as an open source alternative to Corel Painter.
NET so the Mono crowd (same people that bring F-Spot, Tomboy and Banshee) have I don't think Artweaver is meant as a Photoshop replacement.
Brushes are highly configurable so they can be tailored to very specific tasks while support for transparency and the Photoshop PSD format means that it is not only possible to generate very impressive results, it is also possible to work with files that have been created in other programs.
A graphics tablet can be used with Artweaver to allow for greater control over the tools provided, and completed projects can be saved in a variety of popular formats.
Other features of Artweaver include support for Pen tablet, multi languages and expansion using different Plug-In modules.