You didn’t highjack a thread, I made a mistake and thought you had, and sent
you an apology. My bad.
If you have a question, just post it to the list with a subject line that is
specific but succinct. You will probably get a reply, but there is no
guarantee—someone who knows the answer has to see the question.The folks here
are pretty supportive. You should get an email with their reply. At least with
some mail clients, you should “Reply all” when answering a post.
As for your question on controlling the interface:
First, GIMP allows you to assign specific key commands to most of it’s
functions. In your first example, pressing Command (Control) L shows the layer
panel if it’s not visible. This will only work for single commands. In your
second example, you would have to press a separate key combination for each
operation, either making the mask active or creating a new one. As far as I
know, you can assign the function keys to any command.
I also know that there are python (I think, haven’t programmed since FORTRAN)
scripts written to do specialized tasks, and these can be incorporated into
Hope this helps. If you need more help with this, I suggest reposting the
question since I muddled things when you first posted it.
> On Sep 26, 2016, at 12:23 AM, John Smith <j.smith.ima...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Ross,
> Now I am confused.
> As I understand it I sent a new message on the mailing list with a
> “Controlling the interface through scripts” object.
> Then I received a message from you telling me I should post a new message
> instead of highjacking another thread. Then I received another message saying
> that I did more or less the right thing and it was someone else mistake.
> So what exactly should I do to have answers to my question? Post a new
> message to the list with another object line? Did my original message get
> highjacked somewhere among the line?
> As I understand it I should write a message to the list:
> email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> with a “Scripting
> in GIMP," object. Is that correct?
> <http://johnsmithimages.net/> <http://johnsmithimages.net/>
> http://johnsmithimages.net <http://johnsmithimages.net/>
> 2016-09-25 22:17 GMT+02:00 Ross Martinek <triariu...@gmail.com
> Okay, I see what happened. When John’s original message appeared in my inbox,
> I must have misread the subject, or read the subject line for an adjacent
> email, probably because I was wearing my trifocals instead of the wide-field
> bifocals I usually wear for computer work.
> John, I’m sorry if I added to your confusion and apologize. The
> misunderstanding is entirely mine and my fault.
> > On Sep 25, 2016, at 11:08 AM, Michael Schumacher <schum...@gmx.de
> > <mailto:schum...@gmx.de>> wrote:
> > Am 25.09.2016 um 18:06 schrieb Ross Martinek:
> >> That’s weird. No idea how that happened. I just hit “Reply all” as usual.
> > I was referring to John's message.
> > --
> > Regards,
> > Michael
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