A Quest for Knowledge

If you had ever planned to switch over from Photoshop to GIMP, the first thing that comes to mind is to figure out a way to learn and adjust to a look and feel that is different from Photoshop.

The developers of GIMP have designed the look and feel of GIMP to signify and portray the strengths of GIMP. The default look and feel (after selecting Window => Single-Window Mode) is similar to the screenshot below (captured on MacBook Pro with GIMP 2.8.22 installed).

While there is a learning curve involved in getting used to GIMP, it may help new comers migrating from Photoshop to change the look and feel of GIMP to the one they are used to while using Photoshop.

There are multiple suggestions and tutorials all over the web to help you achieve it. This article outlines one such method that I used to change the theme…

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