On Fri, Dec 29, 2000 at 05:48:07PM +0100, thus said Simon Budig:
> Martin Weber ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> > Now that we have the new gimp 1.2.0 out, we should think about adding
> > new plugins to the gimp. Here my proposal:

Speaking of old stuff to be ported to 1.2.. If I remember correctly, the 0.54
version (yes, kids. It did exist and it ruled.) had antialiased Threshold
tool. Now it might be a bit backwards as threshold probably shouldnt work
like that in the algorithmic sense. But it was _totally_ useful for making
masks and stuff (hi Carey :)

The current one is pretty limited as the edges will be very blocky and
rough.. I wonder what kind of algorighm the old version had? Would it be
possible to have a toggle for this? Is it very hard to port? Does anyone
have the 0.54 sources anyway?


BTW. I have PS6 and it is cool. Expect some ideas once I get some free time
and have had some time to play with it.


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