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Looking to get a hold of a plugin
#1
Hi, I've been following along with a tutorial and I'm right at the end, all I need is a plugin called 'Fuse Layers', but I can't get a hold of it since Gimp's plugin site went away.

I'm completely new to Gimp and don't know if there are any alternative plugins or features that merge multiple layers into a single spritesheet.

It's pretty unlikely, but if anyone has a download of Fuse Layers I'd be really grateful if they'd share it.  Heart Or if anyone can offer an alternate solution (that doesn't include manually dragging them into position), that would be great.
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#2
(09-12-2018, 09:42 PM)ThimbleFire Wrote: Hi, I've been following along with a tutorial and I'm right at the end, all I need is a plugin called 'Fuse Layers', but I can't get a hold of it since Gimp's plugin site went away.

I'm completely new to Gimp and don't know if there are any alternative plugins or features that merge multiple layers into a single spritesheet.

It's pretty unlikely, but if anyone has a download of Fuse Layers I'd be really grateful if they'd share it.  Heart Or if anyone can offer an alternate solution (that doesn't include manually dragging them into position), that would be great.

This one?

.zip   fuse-layers-0.1.scm.zip (Size: 1.54 KB / Downloads: 11)

It goes in the scripts folder, not the plug in folder, and it is found under Filters->Combine->Fuse Layers
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#3
Alternatives?

If you have lots of layers/images, say from an animation, then you could look at using command line imagemagick and montage. https://www.imagemagick.org/Usage/montage/

For Gimp the only one that springs to mind is the gmic plugin http://www.gmic.eu One of the filters is montage
The only slight advantage is a few controls over placement and maybe a border. screenshot: https://i.imgur.com/xd9ANmJ.jpg
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