Hi, the the way to do this is to use Python to iterate over the Path
making a paintbrush stroke mark at each of them.
Set the paintbrush for your desired "X" mark, yur image in the last
(right most) tab in GIMP, and your desired layer as the top layer -
them open the Python console with filters->python console
And paste this in there:
img = gimp.image_list()
for stroke in img.vectors.strokes:
for i in range (0, len(stroke.points), 6):
coords = stroke.points[i:i + 2]
pdb.gimp_paintbrush_default(img.layers, 2, coords)
And you are set. The "" on the first line is the index of the
rightmost image tab, the "" on the "for i" line is for the topmost
path, and the "" on the last line for the topmost layer. CHange
your idnexes according to the desired targets.
On 29 May 2015 at 10:41, Bob <dukebry...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a situation where I need to draw some polylines with vertices.
> I thought the Path tool would be ideal for drawing the lines, and so
> it was. But I also need there to be a dot, or an X, or some such
> marker at each anchor point. So, is there a way to automatically
> place a glyph or something at each anchor location? Or, failing that,
> is there a way to make a mark at each desired anchor point location,
> then use those to create a path?
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