Roland Roberts ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> I'm trying to write write a script-fu to automatically take a finished
> image and produce a set of scaled images for display on a web site.
> The learning curve for this is rather steep....
If it is just about scaling and/or do simple adjustments to the image
you might want to look at the imagemagick tools. Usually these are
better for simple tasks and the learning curve for these is not steep
> To get started, I've been reading through some of the existing scheme
> files. One I am looking at is script-fu-unsharp-mask. There appears
> to be an idiom that I can't figure out, a series of lines like this:
> (original-layer-for-darker #f)
> (original-layer-for-lighter #f)
> (blured-layer-for-darker #f)
> (blured-layer-for-lighter #f)
> what is the "#f"?
Just a shortcut for '(), or FALSE. #t would be 1 or TRUE.
However, I think these values are not used at all. They appear
in the declaration of variables and are unused default values.
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