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Gimp 2.10, Resynthesizer, Linux
#1
I downloaded the Resynthesizer plugin that is 'supposed' to work on Gimp 2.10 - but it doesn't? When searching the site, the directions seem to be for Mac and Windows. Can anyone tell me how to make it work for Linux? I LOVE this plugin!

Thanks in advance.
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#2
(11-04-2018, 01:36 PM)GimpFanatic Wrote: I downloaded the Resynthesizer plugin that is 'supposed' to work on Gimp 2.10 - but it doesn't? When searching the site, the directions seem to be for Mac and Windows. Can anyone tell me how to make it work for Linux? 

Maybe you downloaded the source code. Not difficult to compile. 

You should say what linux distro you are using, however the attached should work. As well as resynthesizer & resynthesizer-gui, I included the heal selection and heal transparency python plugins. These are the ones I use with my Gimp 2.10.6 and Kubuntu 16.04  

Unzip, put the 4 files in ~/.config/Gimp/2.10/plug-ins  They should already be executable but check anyway.


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.zip   resynth-linux.zip (Size: 26.32 KB / Downloads: 27)
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#3
Thank you! I will have my tech give it a try ASAP.
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#4
Rich2005: worked like a charm! Thanks so much. I'm so pleased.
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