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Works on both Intel and PowerPC processors
Tux Paint for Mac OS X
Tux Paint for Mac OS X comes as two disk image (
.dmg) files. One contains main program (Tux Paint) and a configuration program (Tux Paint Config.) for parents and teachers. Copy them to your hard drive's
Applications folder. The other contains an application that installs the optional 'stamps' collection.
Compatibility note: The current version of Tux Paint requires Mac OS X version 10.4 or later. If you're using Mac OS X 10.3, you can download Tux Paint version 0.9.20 (from June 2008). If you're using Mac OS X 10.2.8, you can download Tux Paint version 0.9.14 (from October 2005). Download older versions from the Tux Paint file release archive at SourceForge.net.
Tux Paint & Tux Paint Config.:
Tux Paint 0.9.21 (Intel/PowerPC Universal Binary)
Note: A Universal Binary tested on Intel and PowerPC Macs running 10.4 and 10.5.
Using: The DMG disk image contains the Tux Paint and Tux Paint Config applications, and documentation. Copy them from the DMG onto your hard disk (for example, create a "Tux Paint" folder in your "Applications" folder, and copy them there).
Rubber Stamps Collection:
Tux Paint Stamps 2009.06.28
Using: The DMG disk image contains the Tux Paint Stamps installer. Double-click it to launch the installer. It will ask if you'd like to install stamps for All Users, The Current User or place them within the Tux Paint Application itself (in which case, you'll need to tell it where Tux Paint is currently stored on your hard disk).
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