I think Chagall was a very good application, too. So why not adding it to this list? I've got version 2.0 in german. But I think that wasn't the latest one. Maybe that version 2.11 was the latest one?
You're right - Chagall 2.11 is the last version.if you want I can put on the list:-)
That would be very nice.
I'm just wondering why there were so much picture editing applications for the Atari computers around. Applications like Chagall, Papillon, Pixart, Smurf for bitmap graphics and ArtWorx or Kandinsky for vector graphics were just as well as Adobe Photoshop, I think. And there were much more of such applications for TOS. I just don't know why there were so much around of them.
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