On Jan 18, 2008 9:33 PM, Tobias Jakobs <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Jan 18, 2008 8:55 AM, Sven Neumann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > My current favorite approach is to put the tags into files in the
> > ~/.gimp-2.x directory, one file per resource type. So there would be a
> > brushrc, gradientrc, patternrc and so on. These files will contain
> > metadata from the actual resource files.
> One think I'm missing here is a way to share brushes with tags.
> The user scenarios I'm thinking about is:
> - Download package (ZIP-File) with a lot of brushes
> - Install them (btw. Finding the right folder and copying them into it
> looks like a problem for some users. At least it's an FAQ in the
> German gimpforum.de.)
> - Now I'd like to have this brushes tagged in Gimp and start working
> with this brushes and I don't want to tag them myself.
An archive as follows:
,if extracted in your .gimp-2.4/ directory, should do the right thing.
Provided that brushrc filename references are either relative or have
no path component -- another implementation detail to work out.
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