>From what I know, GIMP 2.8.x isn't compatible with any version of
>Resynthesizer other than v1.0. Resynthesizer v1.0 was entirely rewritten to
>support GIMP 2.8 and most likely included bug fixes/new features. Since you
>say you installed the "fix" from 2009, you have most likely downgraded the
>Heal Selection tool.
What you want to do is remove the current Resynthesizer plugin you have and
install this one: http://registry.gimp.org/node/25219
It's not entirely necessary for you to upgrade if it works fine but I'd
recommended it to keep issues from arising in the future.
Sent from my iPod
On Jul 2, 2013, at 11:13 PM, Bob Long <b...@oblong.com.au> wrote:
> Alexandre Prokoudine wrote,
>> On Wed, Jul 3, 2013 at 5:30 AM, Kasim Ahmic wrote, after I suggested:
>>>> And look at http://registry.gimp.org/node/15118
>>> That's from 2009. I'm not entirely sure it'll work with Resynthesizer 1.0.
>> And rightfully so :) Lloyd rewrote the original Resynthesizer into a
>> back-end and a front-end.
> I'm not sure I understand that comment.
> Nor am I sure just what I have installed (Ubuntu 12.04/GIMP 2.8.6)!
> I definitely installed http://registry.gimp.org/node/15118 recently. I
> can't recall if I also had to install Resynthesiser, or, if I did, what
> Anyway, Help|Plug-in Browser tells me:
> Resynthesize (plug-in-resynthesizer)
> Author: Paul Francis Harrison
> Date: 2000
> Heal selection (script-fu-smart-remove)
> Author: Paul Harrison (p...@logarithmic.net)
> Date: 13/9/2000
> Copyright: Copyright 2000 Paul Harrison, 2009 Lloyd Konneker
> Heal selection certainly works for me.
> So what does that all mean?
> Bob Long
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