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Plugin stops on a computer but not on the other one
#1
Hi,

I have a tower and a laptop. Both on Win10, Gimp 2.10.10, and with a Frequency separation script (SS-Split-Components_v1-0.scm by Mike Ochtman)
On the laptop the script stops at the gaussian blur to let choosing the blur level.,But on the tower the script don't stop.

As I understand from that line, it's supposed to show the blur display.

Code:
(plug-in-gauss-iir2 RUN-INTERACTIVE img ss-layer-lowpass blur-radius blur-radius)
But it stops and show blur display only on the laptop. And on the tower, that script runs at the end , bluring without stops to let choosing the right blur level.

Do someboby know why it stops on a computer but continues on the other one ?

I'm searching for a while but I don't find what's the difference between computers.



Thanks in advance
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#2
Plenty replies across on gimpchat.com, and as stated there, it is the difference between Gimp 2.8 and Gimp 2.10 using GEGL functions.

You need the old Gimp 2.8 blur-gauss.exe plugin (attached). 
Un-zip, put blur-gauss.exe in your Gimp 2.10 user profile. C:\Users\"yourname"\AppData\Roaming\GIMP\2.10\plug-ins

Gives this in my Win10 / Gimp 2.10.10 VM https://i.imgur.com/4rsVPwg.jpg

However, Gimp 2.10 already has a high-pass filter Filters -> Enhance -> High Pass The script 'low pass' is just a slightly blurred original.

If used for removing blemishes then the Gimp 2.10 Wavelet Decompose is similar, https://i.imgur.com/vDpuiwL.jpg Description here: https://patdavid.net/2011/12/getting-aro...ching.html

Edit: A quick comparison between Gimp 2.8 and Gimp 2.10 layer modes. Not quite the the same result due to the new modes. Probably ok but maybe work in legacy layer modes. Depends what you are doing.


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#3
(04-17-2019, 08:06 AM)rich2005 Wrote: Plenty replies across on gimpchat.com, and as stated there, it is the difference between Gimp 2.8 and Gimp 2.10 using GEGL functions.

You need the old Gimp 2.8 blur-gauss.exe plugin (attached). 
Un-zip, put blur-gauss.exe in your Gimp 2.10 user profile. C:\Users\"yourname"\AppData\Roaming\GIMP\2.10\plug-ins

Gives this in my Win10 / Gimp 2.10.10 VM https://i.imgur.com/4rsVPwg.jpg

However, Gimp 2.10 already has a high-pass filter Filters -> Enhance -> High Pass The script 'low pass' is just a slightly blurred original.

If used for removing blemishes then the Gimp 2.10 Wavelet Decompose is similar, https://i.imgur.com/vDpuiwL.jpg Description here: https://patdavid.net/2011/12/getting-aro...ching.html

Edit: A quick comparison between Gimp 2.8 and Gimp 2.10 layer modes. Not quite the the same result due to the new modes. Probably ok but maybe work in legacy layer modes. Depends what you are doing.

I searched before posting a new question, but I didn't found. Probably a bad search key/words.
I'll look at Wavelet Decompose you suggested.
Thanks
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