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Are there any good logo creation applications available for Ubuntu? Something other than Gimp.

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If you don't like Gimp, you can use InkScape.
If you have a Windows program that you like, you might try to run it in Ubuntu using Wine ("Wine Is Not an Emulator").

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+1 for InkScape. It's a great SVG tool. – Simon P Stevens Sep 22 '09 at 9:27
see also CrossOver Office :) – warren Sep 22 '09 at 10:22

I believe that a new Photoshop and maybe other adobe products are now avalaible for linux. If you give it a try, please tell us if that worked.

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CAn this be downloaded from Adobe's Website? – Roland Sep 22 '09 at 8:48
You believe wrong. – niXar Sep 22 '09 at 11:11
@Roland, trial versions can be downloaded I think. However, they are for Windows and OS X, as far as I know ( – Svish Sep 22 '09 at 11:24
Thanks Svish, I also thought there wasn't a linux version "I wish there was" – Roland Sep 22 '09 at 11:48
I believe one of the recent Photoshop versions (CS2 maybe) runs fine on Linux with WINE. – DisgruntledGoat Sep 28 '09 at 19:49

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