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Geeqie: keyboard shortcut for “up folder”

I love Geeqie photo viewer, the best of all I've seen on Linux. However, I'm having problems setting the right keyboard shortcuts. The backspace key acts as "previous photo", but it would be way more ...
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Software for very simple editing of advanced .psd files

I need a Linux application for very simple editing of advanced .psd files in Linux. Turning on and off layers would be enough. Unfortunately, GIMP has way too many problems with it. It is unable to ...
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Linux equivalent of GraphClick?

Is there a piece of Linux software that does what GraphClick does in Mac OS X? That is, is there a Linux software that "is a graph digitizer software which allows to automatically retrieve the ...
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Writing to picture which is scanned document

I have a scanned contract and I need to change only a few names and dates in the contract. It's easy to scan the document but impossible to ocr the document and open in *.doc format. Is there an ...
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Linux equivalent for Microsoft Visio?

Visio is a great tool for creating diagrams, flowcharts, prototyping, etc. But it is Windows-only and is not free. Are there any graphical tools for Linux that can do many of these same tasks well?
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Lightweight MS Paint/MacPaint equivalent FLOSS in Linux?

What is an equivalent to MS Paint and MacPaint that works on Linux? There is a BSD-licenced one called Paintbrush that's great for Mac OS X, but I have not found one on Linux. I hope it can be ...
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What is the most advanced image editing FLOSS?

Is it still GIMP? Inkscape? Are they too different to compare? Does anything come close to the two? Are they more/less advanced than Photoshop? note: advanced = more features
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easy-to-use image-editing FLOSS

I'm looking for recommendations for something easy to use that will allow me to edit my images. I fiddled with Inkspace and GIMP and found them not so intuitive (I don't want to have to read a manual ...
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vector images in linux

Gimp cannot create vector images, is there a good linux application for this?