AdaptableGIMP is a project based on offering the users the tools depending on their needs and all of the tasks that they want to complete with GIMP

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AdaptableGIMP is a version of the image editing program known as The GIMP (or simply, GIMP) that has been developed by the Human Computer Interaction Lab at the University of Waterloo, Canada.

What does it consist of?

Basically AdaptableGIMP is a full version of the program, including all the tools and filters it has available, that has a special search engine/indexer as a new feature. By means of the search engine, the user will be able to search for groups of tools specifically developed for certain tasks.

Thus, when using AdaptableGIMP a lot of time will be saved because the only tools that the user will see are those that he really requires to carry out the task at hand. For example, if a user wants to change the size or the orientation of a group of images, he won't have to have the geometric drawing tools visible, since they will be of no use.

What's more, AdaptableGIMP also allows its users to create their own groups of tools, that will then be share with the rest of the users of this version of the famous free image editor.

Therefore, if you want to use a special version of GIMP that will allow you to save a large amount of time, all you have to do is download AdaptableGIMP.

Requirements and additional information:

  • This download requires an Internet connection to work.
  • It is necessary to create a free account to save the tool configurations.

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