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KolourPaint

KolourPaint
KDE 4 logo for KolourPaint
KolourPaint screenshot
Developer(s) KDE[1]
Stable release 4.14.2 (October 14, 2014 (2014-10-14)) [2]
Written in C++
Operating system Unix-like, Windows
Type Raster graphics editor
License BSD license[3]
Website .orgkolourpaint

KolourPaint is a free, raster graphics editor by KDE, similar to Microsoft's Paint application before Windows 7,[4] but has some additional features such as support for transparency.[5][6]

It aims to be conceptually simple to understand, providing a level of functionality targeted towards the average user. KolourPaint is designed for daily tasks such as:

  • Painting: drawing diagrams and "finger painting"
  • Image Manipulation: editing screenshots and photos; applying effects
  • Icon Editing: drawing clipart and logos with transparency

In version K Desktop Environment 3.3, KolourPaint replaced KPaint as the standard simple painting application.[7]

KolourPaint has a port to Microsoft Windows as part of the KDE on Windows initiative.

See also

References

  1. ^ "KDE - KolourPaint - Paint Program". 
  2. ^ "KDE Ships Applications and Platform 4.14.2".  
  3. ^ "KolourPaint - Copying - KDE Projects". 
  4. ^ "Windows 7 hits Milestone 3". Retrieved 2012-08-24. The Ribbon user interface from Office 2007 is now part of WordPad and Paint. 
  5. ^ "Product Comparison About KolourPaint". Retrieved 2008-01-14. 
  6. ^ "KolourPaint – It's a Kolourful world". Retrieved 2008-01-14. 
  7. ^ "KDE - Announcing KDE 3.3". 
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