[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
:> :If that is true, then you definitely don't want to use
:> :gimp_pencil() or similar functions.
:> Umm... that's *exactly* what I wanted to do.
:> But from your reply I guess that (a) it's not possible, or (b) it's a bad
:Anything is possible and there are often multiple ways to achieve one's
:aim. That's also the case here. But unless you give us some details
:about the plug-in you are writing, I can't tell which way would be best
:in your case. And I am not going to waste my time explaining all of
What I'm writing is straightforward- it's a linear (i.e. one-dimensional)
unsharp mask. (I'm probably not the first to do this, but it's a good learning
opportunity, and it confirmed my hunch that it would work better against motion
blur than the standard version). The line is supposed to illustrate the angle
and size of the convolution.
I didn't give any specific details, nor post my code, because I assumed that-
once explained- the problem would be a general one with a straightforward
answer. At the time, I thought it was easier to use the standard example, which
was cleaner and simpler than my code but still illustrated the point.
I apologise if it sounds like I'm making a big deal of this, or that it's a
major hurdle; it's not. For a one-off, it would probably be simple to write a
crude pixel-based line function myself. But it would be silly to keep doing
this every time *if* there was already a simple way of using the existing
Anyway, I'll tidy up my code and post relevant parts here soon. In the
meantime, thank you for your help.
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