just detected that the parameter "PF_DIRNAME" let the filter crash in Windows Gimp 2.8.20.
Try the test filter by Maldonado "test-batch-cartoon" (attached) or even "test-batch-invert":
after picking of the directory the filter crashes.
First detection was on "contactsheet" (see thread on Gimp-chat).
Is something missing in the environment?
I have Gimp 2.8.20
When I try to move using Spacebar-left click combo something hangs. the computer becomes unresponsive. and no matter where I move the mouse, the pointer displays the "move" cross.
I have never had Artrage (4 or 5) hang when using this particular keyboard combination, so I am pretty sure it's in Gimp somewhere.
When this happens, the only way out of Gimp is with task manager; it's completely frozen.
I have a Wacom Intuos S 2 that I use to draw with Gimp. I am fairly sure that the pressure sensitivity was working in the beginning, however now, it is not working anymore. My guess is this is a setting I accidentally tweaked. Both my tablet and my stylus are set to screen in the input devices configuration, and the pressure curves are default, but it's still not working, any ideas?
GIMP maintainer Michael Natterer gets interviewed by contributor Jehan Pagès while they were together with the other devs at Wilber Week recently. Come see what's going on and meet one of the folks behind GIMP.
When you go to Filters > Repeat [filterA] or Filters > Reshow [filterA]
Is this information like the procedure name of [filterA] and settings used for it stored somewhere?
If possible I'd like to access that information.
My goal is if possible to create a script that calls that procedure [filterA] with saved settings on visible layers.
This came up because Wallace asked for such a script and i looked for procedures named like 'last' and 'repeat' and nothing came up.
So I am hoping it's stored in some file. So I searched for 'last' and 'repeat' occurrences in my .gimp-2.8 folder and nothing came up and looked like what i am looking for.
Looking at the available script-fu and plug-ins available for drawing arrows, I found it difficult to find a compromise between very simple hands-on involving manually stroking paths and all-encompassing plugins with a myriad of options.
Decided on this one from http://www.programmer97.talktalk.net/Files/arrow.zip which is kept very up-to-date, with a sensible set of options. Do download it, it comes with a useful PDF on use. Un-zip, put the script arrow.scm in your Gimp profile ./gimp-2.8/scripts folder
I personally like it as a script because;
- I can add it to ofnuts resources manager and load it for occasional use.
- By default the arrows go on their own layers, easy to delete or move
- By default it cleans up after use.
How to use it, make a path, invoke the script. Tools -> arrow..
What I do not like are the default settings for 'Length of Wings' and 'Brush Thickness Type', so I have adjusted them in the attached script arrow-set-size.scm
Un-zip, put arrow-set-size.scm in your Gimp profile scripts folder.
A comparison using the default values, of course you can adjust either from the script dialogue for any particular image. The script(s) show up in the Tools menu.
Depending on the type of images edited, very large or small, you might want to permanently change some of the sizes. Not difficult if you stick to the basics. Edit the end of the script. Remember to work on a copy, in case (when) you screw things up.
I am seeking advice for the best gimp tutorials on how to restore an old colour photo for a friend. There are quite a few for old black and white photos restoration tutorila but I have not found many for colour. Any assistance is greatly appreciated. I have left a link to a copy of the photo.
So im trying to make something and the image i am drawing is too close to the boundary line to draw. i have extended the boundary lines but i need the image centered inside the boundary. i hit the center button wen i went to change the boundary size, an nothing happened. i really want to finish my project, its my first one on gimp, andd its turning ot great so far. any help would be appreciated.