To expand on what Partha already said, make sure that the file you download
is a plain text file, and that the extension is actually .scm. You should
be able to open the file in any text editor to see the contents (and as
Gene already mentioned - check that the file contents are similar to the
one that works).
Another option is to follow the link to the Registry on that blog post and
to try it with Saul Goodes version of the script. This is actually the one
that I recommend, as Saul is far more knowledgeable than I about
Check those things and get back to us. We'll get it sorted out. :)
On Tue, Dec 1, 2015 at 5:03 AM Partha Bagchi <parth...@gmail.com> wrote:
> It is a GIMP script file and does not need any permission etc. Are you
> sure that when you download the file extension is intact? What system
> are you running this on?
> I've added Pat to the cc list so that he can work on this as well. :)
> On Tue, Dec 1, 2015 at 12:27 AM, Jack Denman <cashm...@roadrunner.com>
> > I am still learning about digital photography. I developed my first roll
> > of film in 1946, by hand in my grandmothers bathroom.
> > Since I am learning masking techniques, I wonder if someone could
> > explain the contradiction of these two scripts.
> > This web page has a download link of a script from "Download from:
> > Google Drive" at produces a file called
> > "patdavid-luminosity-masks-2.scm"
> > This file cannot be used because when copied into .gimp-2.8/scripts/
> > the script entry is not visible on the pull-down menus of gimp.
> > On the other hand the older script called "Luminosity_masks.scm" does
> > work from some older web pages and does cause the scripts pull-down menu
> > to appear. When the channels menu is invoked from this script the other
> > masks disappear.
> > Can someone explain this? Any help would be appreciated.
> > --
> > Regards,
> > Jack C Denman
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> > C: (714) 515-9365
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