At 10:20 AM 06/03/2002 +0200, you wrote:
>what about allowing to start the plug-in from one of the images and
>require the user to choose the second image in the plug-in's dialog?
>That's pretty easy to code using gimp_image_menu_new() (or even
>gimp_drawable_menu_new()).

Alternatively, have the user specify both images from a list. That way the 
user can be sure to state which image contains which type of information.


Cheers!

Kevin.  (http://www.interlog.com/~kcozens/)

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