New Mono-Based Applications for GNOME in Fedora Core 5--Part 2
Continuing a Look at Mono
In the first part of this series, the issue of Mono was introduced along with one of the Mono applications for GNOME adopted for Fedora Core 5 (FC5). Another of these is F-Spot, a photo management and editing program that offers a nice change for those who are overwhelmed by The GIMP. While you will not find pixel-by-pixel editing functionality in F-Spot (at least just yet) you will find the ability to many of the common photo manipulation tasks you might have in mind.
While this article focuses on Fedora Core 5, its contents apply to F-Spot in general. Just keep in mind that if you are using F-Spot on another distribution such as SUSE, you may be using an older or newer version.
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