I would like to create a toolbox with some command buttons that act on
the current image. I was able to put those commands in the image's
menu, but I would like to have them always visible.
For some reason, detaching the menu doesn't work. And even if it
worked, an image button takes less space.
I am using a tablet pc and I want access to those commands when the
keyboard is not accessible, therefore shortcuts are not a good option,
To recap, this is what I want:
1. a window with a bunch of buttons
2. pressing a button produces some modification to the current image
(for example, a new layer is added, or the visible layer is changed,
On Sun, May 17, 2009 at 5:11 PM, Martin Nordholts <ense...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Ioan Calin Borcoman wrote:
>> Is there a way to make some external app send commands to gimp and
>> change the current active image (for example, create a new layer)? I
>> would prefer to do this in python, if possible...
> Hi, could you elaborate on what exactly you want to achieve? What makes
> a normal plug-in in Python not enough?
> / Martin
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