Thank you for your quick answer. I'm going to try it now...


Marc Lehmann wrote:
> 
> On Thu, Dec 23, 1999 at 09:57:37PM +0000, Jean-Pierre Hoarau <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > name not compressed... My little program works near fine but I don't
> > know how to obtain  the $drawable. If someone could debug me he would be
> 
> You can do this to get the first drawable:
> 
> $drawable = ($image->get_layers)[0];
> 
> > $drawable=$img->Drawable();
> > $img->file_tiff_save($drawable,$img,RUN_NONINTERACTIVE,$image2,$image2,0,1);
> 
> And then you could write that like (your original call duplicates
> arguments!) this:
> 
> ($img->get_layers)[0]->file_tiff_save($image2,$image2,0,1);
> 
> > If someone could tell me what is a drawable I then could enter it
> 
> in your case a drawable is a layer. an image can have many layers and
> channels.
> 
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