> I REALLY REALLY need a plugin that mimics the "Contact Sheet 2" plugin > for photoshop. The Gimp is awesome, fills a lot of my requirements, but > without the plug/script I still need photoshop.
Do you use the GIMP on Windows? Is "Contact Sheet 2" a filter plug-in (and not Format, Automation, or umm, don't remember the other types)? In that case there is good news: I recently wrote a GIMP plug-in called "pspi" that runs Photoshop plug-ins. (Only Filter type plug-ins, i.e. *.8BF files.) Check the www.gimp.org/win32/new-downloads.html page tomorrow for new zipfiles of GIMP 1.2.3 for Windows, which should include this plug-in. Don't hesitate to ask me more how to use it. Pspi seems to work OK with most 3rd party Photoshop plug-ins I have thrown at it. It does not work with the Adobe plug-ins included with Photoshop itself which is expected, I guess. These use undocumented interfaces or something. (Hmm, isn't that a bit the same tactics that Microsoft is accused of using? Nah, not really, Photoshop isn't an operating system and its plug-ins aren't freestanding applications, Adobe has no obligation to make sure its plug-ins run with competing Photoshop-compatible programs.). --tml _______________________________________________ Gimp-developer mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.xcf.berkeley.edu/mailman/listinfo/gimp-developer