>Hi, all-
>Completely new to GIMP, converting from Adobe because money.  Using a
>I'm trying to get a plugin (specifically the "new layer from cut/copy
>one) working.  The readme that came with it told me to put the .py in
>the plug-ins folder in GIMP/2.10, but there was no plugins folder
>there.  I created a folder called "Plug-ins" and put the .py file in
>there.  Restarted the program (and the computer), but still didn't see
>the plugin.
>The readme also said I might need to "install python support for GIMP"
>but didn't elaborate on how to do that.  Anybody able to help me
>figure out what that means?

By default there is a designated folder for plugins. There is some information
here for all OS's:


Plugins both compiled and python have to be made executable

Being a linux user, I did wonder how difficult it was for Gimp / OSX users, so
tried out in a Mac VM

A short video here:

Might help.

rich404 (via www.gimpusers.com/forums)
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