Now I have my script running, It's a simple script that produces the
table-mirror effect apple does, but is it possible to check whether
the interface is available or not, I mean if gimp is running with -i mode
Also, the script resizes the original image, is it possible to change the
actual zoom from inside the script? how ?
On Tuesday 16 December 2008 15:45:15 saulgo...@flashingtwelve.brickfilms.com
> Quoting Pablo Yaggi <pya...@alsurdelsur.com>:
> > Ok, I made it work, I just replaced newlayer for newimage in the
> > gimp-edit-paste call and it worked.
> > But pasting into the image should work, shouldn't ?, do I have
> > to set up a current layer or something ?
> There is no "paste-as-new-layer" function provided as such by the PDB
> interface (though there is a menu command for that) and so you must
> perform a couple of separate functions to achieve the same result.
> You do not need to set up a current layer, but you need to perform a
> 'gimp-floating-sel-to-layer' after your 'gimp-edit-paste'. This will
> result in a new layer at the top of the layerstack -- unlike the menu
> command, which places the new layer above the active layer -- and
> therefore it does not matter which layer (or drawable) is active at
> the time the paste is performed.
> If you instead wish the resulting new layer to appear just above the
> current layer then you will need to make note of the current layer's
> position (using 'gimp-image-get-layer-position') and lower the pasted
> layer accordingly (using 'gimp-image-lower-layer' the appropriate
> number of times).
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