Seashore is an image editor for Cocoa that features gradients, textures, and anti-aliasing for both text and brush strokes. It supports multiple layers and alpha channel editing. It is based around the GIMP's technology and uses the same native file format.
|Tags||multimedia Graphics Editors Raster-Based|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X|
Release Notes: This version includes a number of bugfixes, some major feature improvements (such as a new clone tool and HSV adjust plug-in), as well as native support for Macs with an Intel processor.
Release Notes: This version includes a number of bugfixes and some major feature improvements including a new Sharpen plug-in and a lasso tool. This version also restores the ability of the program to automatically detect whether or not to use AltiVec.
Release Notes: This version fixed a number of bugs and added a Gaussian blur plug-in as well as the ability to create new documents from the pasteboard.
Release Notes: This version adds much-needed support for Mac OS 10.4. It also includes new plug-ins, JPEG 2000 support, rulers, and a number of bugfixes. The release is designed for Mac OS 10.4, but should also work on Mac OS 10.3 (without JPEG 2000 support).
Release Notes: This version features a number of enhancements including better support for large brushes, the ability to scale and rotate floating selections using the position tool, and improved drag and drop support. A number of major bugs have also been fixed.