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'plug-in-resynthesizer' not found: Mac Monterey
#1
I'm using GIMP 2.10.31 on MacOS Monterey.  I installed the resynthesizes plugin but get an error "'plug-in-resynthesizer' not found" when trying to heal an area.  I found a help article that directs users to create a new dynamic link:

It turns out that the plugin uses a newer dynamic library than what I have on Catalina. In detail, both resynthesizer and resynthesizer_gui are linked against the dynamic library with the name 

Code:
libintl.9.dylib

, but on Catalina I only have the earlier version 

Code:
libintl.8.dylib

. Normally I get the opposite problem that software links against outdated older libraries, but in this case it seems to work to simply make a symbolic link to the existing library to pretend this is also a version 9 library. On my system I found 

Code:
libintl.8.dylib

 in directory 

Code:
/usr/local/lib

. Thus, the command to establish that link is:



Code:
cd /usr/local/lib
ln -s libintl.8.dylib libintl.9.dylib 
After restarting Gimp and trying again it should work


The problem is that I don't have /usr/local/lib on my Mac  Huh  I have /usr/lib but when running the last command I get an error "libintl.9.dylib: Operation not permitted"


Any ideas how to fix this?  

TIA
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#2
Same problem. I've searched and searched or a solution. Tried all the suggestions. NONE OF THEM WORK. One of the most useful plugins is now kaput.
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#3
You need to be admin or superuser to create links in Linux. Maybe the same for the unix-based MacOS?
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