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March 2007

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Ultimate Paint is a full-featured 32-bit Windows graphics program for image creation, viewing and manipulation. On this page you can download different versions, see what extras UP gives you compared to other paint programs, take a look at its cool plug-in effects, register the trial version and browse the tutorials. In the latest trial version all basic functionality can be used without limitations. In addition we have also introduced a new freeware version. UP supports JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP, PCX, AVI (reading only), TGA, WMF/EMF, ICO (reading only), IFF/LBM and WAP BMP image formats and Twain compatible scanners. You can easily print your image, setting its size, position and orientation.

pixia tutorial

Direct links to tutorial pages Gurima's Tutorial is renewed! (1/17/2003) The sections are completely re-made and re-translated, and there are more sections added now. Since her site is also getting renewed and does not have English section yet, the tutorial files are on my server. If you would like to visit Gurima's site, jump from Gallery page. Under some users' request, we have prepared the set of Gurima's Tutorial files for download. For those who would like to read the tutorial off-line, click here to download a self-extracting archive file. (File size: 1,338kb) Graphic files used in the tutorial are also available for download as samples. Download this and practise yourself! (134kb)


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This website is to introduce a graphic software, Pixia. The original Japanese Edition was created and developed by the author, Isao Maruoka, but has also been aggressively raised by its fans, which makes this software to be quite unique and different from other tools. Pixia Help File is available as a separate installation file. To get better tips for using Pixia, visit users' tutorials linked from the Tutorial page.

free photo editor

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Free and Open Source Software

One site to rule them all: Everything you need to know about Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) from, and for, Oracle—including Oracle's own Linux Projects, hosted here. OTN ORACLE TECHNLOGY NETWORK

Linux Technology Center

Oracle released the first commercial database on Linux in 1998. Today, many popular Oracle products such as applications and middleware are available on Linux, and only Oracle provides support for the complete stack—enterprise applications, middleware, database and the operating system. To see Oracle's hosted Linux projects (and other free and open source software from Oracle), visit

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Worldmapper: The world as you've never seen it before

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Carte géopolitique sous différents facteurs de comparaisons et de temps...