The MacGIMP project has completed a distribution of window manager themes. The themes are applied to all XDarwin windows, running in rootless or non-rootless mode, Mat Caughron, MacGIMP project leader, told MacCentral.
“There are 15 themes in this initial collection that range from a NeXT-ish appearance, to very Linux-like themes.org style,” he said.
GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) was created as a freely distributable software application suitable for editing digital imagery like photos, creating freeform compositions and more. It’s been compared to commercial products like Adobe Photoshop.
Because of Mac OS X’s UNIX underpinnings, MacGIMP’s authors were able to bring the software to the Mac platform, Caughron said. GIMP depends on other software in order to work, but MacGIMP’s developers have created a CD that includes everything you need to get up and running. You can visit the official
MacGIMP Web site for more details.