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  How to take a blue and black line out of the image
Posted by: chagguk - 01-13-2019, 03:44 PM - Forum: General questions - Replies (2)

Hi, I know this is a noobie question but I'm new here, and I don't know where I clicked, but this red and blue line appeared in the middle of my drawing. Anyone knows how to disable that, please?



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  gimp-image-insert-layer: Item 'Background' (2) has already been added to an image
Posted by: Skippy - 01-12-2019, 11:08 PM - Forum: Scripting questions - Replies (4)

Hi,

I am trying to write a script which would insert an image as a layer within layers of another image.  Here is what I got so far :

Code:
(define (foobar filename)
  (let* (
; open image to add
     (inputfile (car (gimp-file-load RUN-NONINTERACTIVE filename filename)))
     (picture (car (gimp-image-get-active-layer inputfile)))
; open file to insert image into
     (template (car (gimp-file-load RUN-NONINTERACTIVE "template.xcf" "template.xcf")))
    )
; add picture to template
    (gimp-image-insert-layer template picture 0 -1)
; flatten image
    (gimp-image-flatten template)
; couldn't get this line to work outside the next one, probably have to investigate "let" syntax
;    (drawable (car (gimp-image-get-active-drawable template)))
    (file-jpeg-save RUN-NONINTERACTIVE template (car (gimp-image-get-active-drawable template)) "outfile.jpg" "outfile.jpg" 0.95 0.95 1 1 "" 2 1 0 2)
     )
)


I call the script with gimp -i -b '(foobar "picture.jpg")' -b '(gimp-quit 0)'.

However it fails on gimp-image-insert-layer :


Quote:GIMP-Error: Calling error for procedure 'gimp-image-insert-layer':
Item 'Background' (2) has already been added to an image

batch command experienced an execution error:
Error: ( : 1) Procedure execution of gimp-image-insert-layer failed on invalid input arguments: Item 'Background' (2) has already been added to an image


I am struggling to understand this, the only results I get are two old threads on GF.c from which the useful replies have been removed…


What's wrong with my script ?

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  ofn-layer-tiles
Posted by: Ofnuts - 01-12-2019, 09:32 PM - Forum: Extending the GIMP - Replies (3)

New baby. Its purpose is to make it easy to coalesce many layers into a single image (for instance, to simultaneously edit the colors of all frames in an animation) or to split a single layer into many tiles (for instance to restore the animation).

As a side effect, it can also be used to arrange layers of identical size in a gird.

ofn-layer-tiles is here.

As usual, the ZIP contains an HTML doc.

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  G'MIC for 2.10.8
Posted by: PointyHairedBoss - 01-12-2019, 09:01 PM - Forum: Extending the GIMP - Replies (3)

Hello, I just upgraded to 2.10 from 2.8 & I'm having trouble adding the G'MIC plug in that I had used in 2.8.  After installing G'MIC I get the attached message on starting Gimp. I click OK on this message, it disappears & Gimp starts normally but no G'MIC in the FILTERS menu. Any suggestions?
   

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  How do I create a printable grid with scanned images in each sqaure?
Posted by: SamosSage - 01-11-2019, 02:51 PM - Forum: General questions - Replies (3)

Hello everyone! 

This is my first post, so bear with me if the formatting is a little wonky.  Big Grin

I am starting a project where I take small images and quotes and cut them into squares on an 8.5x11.00in cardstock. What I would like to do, but am not sure how to do, is to divide a layer in gimp into a grid, with boxes ~4x5 on the paper. Then, I would like to paste the scanned images I have into each of those squares, export, and print.

Using render>pattern has gotten me to a certain point, but it's not very printer friendly, the alignment seems kinda off, and I feel like I am reinventing the wheel. What would be perfect is if each square was its own instance, as in a separate layer so I can work within each box separately without grabbing other places as well; I am not sure if that's possible or over-complicated?

I am not totally new to GIMP, although I haven't used it in about 2 years.

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  Suddenly copy changes brush
Posted by: marty39 - 01-11-2019, 01:42 PM - Forum: Gimp 2.8 questions - Replies (1)

I've been using Gimp 2.8.14p2 (January 9, 2015) for at least the last three months on a Mac running El Capitan. A few weeks ago it started doing something new, though I gather it's what's supposed to happen.


Until a week or so ago, I could copy and paste without changing the brush in any of the tool options. Now when I copy and paste something I have to change the brush from "clipboard" back to the circular shape I had before.

When I copy something from an image, I want to paste it, not change the brush. I want to keep the brush I had.

What changed, and how can I change it back?

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  Python-fu path of the plug-ins folder
Posted by: Davide_sd - 01-11-2019, 11:35 AM - Forum: Scripting questions - Replies (3)

Hello,

I'm using Python-fu to write a plugin. Is there any way to get the path of the plug-ins folder?

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  Display Size vs Pixel Size Problems
Posted by: blinkinhek - 01-10-2019, 06:12 PM - Forum: General questions - Replies (4)

I have recently moved to a Surface Pro. with it's fairly high res screen BUT the icons are not really legible or usable I can adjust some in settings BUT the Tool options dialog do not change.  Windows does provide a scaling factor in its settings, which helps some programs (many of which automatically scale their icons, menus, etc) but GIMP seems to ignore it.
Can anyone help?

TIA

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  Handpainted effect
Posted by: Natrixx - 01-10-2019, 07:05 AM - Forum: General questions - Replies (2)

Hiya! I have an ordinary, square border in Gimp, that I'd like to give a handpainted touch, something like the attached picture. Not a big problem, I suppose, but I would love to hear your thoughts/tips on how I could achieve that.

bw,

Mike



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  How to get image colors closter together?
Posted by: Acoustic - 01-10-2019, 05:36 AM - Forum: General questions - Replies (3)

To preface, I am colorblind. So many colors blend together for me, so I need some assistance on this. Working on a terrain and I have 2 different sets of textures, one far away and one close. They both need to be really similar in color. I created a palette from one and applied it to the other, but I am not sure if they are still close enough. If someone could get them closer (or tell me that they are as close as they'll get, as I am not sure) and tell me what steps you took, so I can replicate on the other textures. Or any general advice, as well. Thanks.

https://imgur.com/a/l3Xq2co

Two images as example.

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