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MS Paint for OS X: Your Life Is Now Complete by Apr 27, 2009 - 7:46 AM CST • • • I was grabbing a beer last week with a friend and we somehow stumbled onto the topic of Photoshop and how a lot of the people we know only use it for the simplest tasks: cropping, re-saving images in different formats, etc. We then joked that those people could use MS Paint, but there’s no MS Paint for OS X. Why Apple (s aapl) failed to include an MS Paint equivalent in OS X I will never know I’ve looked on the Internet several times for an MS Paint for OS X and always came up empty-handed. I’ve seen programs like, but they weren’t slimmed down enough; I wanted something ridiculously simple. Well friends, I’ve finally found the holy grail of simple image editing/painting for OS X:. I was an unhappy Windows user for 25 years and have been delighted with my MAC for 16 months, except for a few programs.
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It’s amazing how Apple can’t match MSPAINT which MS has been providing free since at least 1982! It’s such a simple program, so easy to learn and use, and although I’ve used it countless times, I don’t remember it ever crashing or disappointing me – except when I had unrealistic expectations of it. Now comes this Apple “Paintbrush” and I can’t do much of anything with it before it crashes EVERYTIME!
My MAC’s healthy and works fine otherwise and uptodate. All I’m trying to do is select a section and modify its size.
And it looks like “cropping” – which I view as routine – is a big project, which was hard to find even with the “Help” and was greyed out. Jimmy For me, this is no replacement of MS paint. Download adobe after effects full. It’s no where near as easy to use. I dislike how you have to set the size ahead of time. In MS paint you can just adjust it as you go. And the biggest feature that is missing is being able to cut things out, in shapes other than a square.
In MS paint there was a little button that had like a star with a dotted line, and then you could cut something out in any shape you wanted; and I used that feature a lot for picture editing. This program does not have that feature.
As someone who has done his share of layout and graphic work, Paint on PC’s is an invaluable tool in the toolkit for simple tasks. Perfect by no means, I was astounded coming back to the Mac years ago that Apple never really came up with a replacement for MacPaint. Sure, there must be a fair share of programs like this, but it really should have been built into the OS, or at least tossed in as an aside to iLife. Matt has a point that resizing is a dicey operation, but PNG is a format Paint will deal with.
Let’s hope this is a worthy Mac client.