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Combining images
#31
(11-13-2019, 05:16 PM)denzjos Wrote: Some info for G'Mic on mac computer (maybe usefull for you) :

http://gimpchat.com/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=1706

I took a look on this link. There are quite of bit modification..an I could follow it but one user who follow wrote:

"Right, Akky, I have done as you say, but still nothing showing up in Filters...."

So, I hesitate to follow and lost time achieve nothing. Huh


Meantime I would like to know how to use existing GIMP to better edit images.
Any short to the point link/recommendation  would be helpful.
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#32
I don't have a mac but in my free time I only try to find a sollution for you, so I found more recent information :

https://gimpchat.com/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=17566
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#33
(11-14-2019, 09:02 AM)denzjos Wrote: I don't have a mac but in my free time I only try to find a sollution for you, so I found more recent information :

https://gimpchat.com/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=17566

Actually it is pretty resent info but unfortunately  it doesn't provide a solution(see on bottom)
I have Catalina as well but be able to install Gimp 2.10. except this plugin.
I have an another question that probably could solve on GIMP.
I have different sizes  images.
How to resize them(make smaller) using GIMP for web(resolution 72)?
thanks



"Is G'MIC currently not working on Catalina?
When I try to install it for GIMP 2.10 I get this error
“libX11.6.dylib” is damaged and can’t be opened. You should move it to the Trash."
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#34
(5 hours ago)User Wrote: How to resize them(make smaller) using GIMP for web(resolution 72)?

Bitmap images have sizes in pixels. For the web the resolution is irrelevant. Use Image > Scale Image to get the correct size in pixels for the web.

For printing (eg printing on paper) the resolution is used. You can change the resolution with Image > Print Size. When you change the resolution the new print size is shown.
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