Leonard Rosenthol wrote:
> At 08:16 AM 12/22/2001 +1000, Robert Starr wrote:
> Here's the lowdown:
>> 1-Select Contact Sheet
>> 2-Dialogue appears asking various options:
>> a- directory/folder containing images to be placed on the contact sheet
>> b- resolution of the contact sheet to be made
>> c- dpi of the contact sheet to be made
>> d- # of rows and columns in the contact sheet
>> e- on/off for font option (this is whether or not you want the
>> filename under the image, and if you do, the font choices)
>> That's about it, you hit create and it grabs the files, one at a time
>> from the chosen directory, shrinks them into thumbnails and places
>> them on the contact sheet according to the number of rows and colums.
> You can do this using the mogrify command from ImageMagick - and
> now that IM supports XCF files - you can even use your native GIMP files...
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I dloaded the ImageMagick....
I tried to use it.. but it seems it's command line only..
I know command line stuff isn't too hard. But for artists, we'd rather
use a gui any day. It does confuse. (don't attack us, we're the
artists using your masterpiece, we NEED easy to use apps)
Is there a gui for the app (for the mogrify command) and if not, is
there one in development, OR, is someone interested in putting this
functionality into the GIMP?
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