On 30/09/16 10:56, John Smith wrote:
Question 1) Can I add a layer mask, make it active, add some noise, blur
the thing, get a selection from a previously saved alpha channel and all
that sort of things through scripts. Don't tell me how, I just want to know
if I can do it.
Question 2) Can I access the application state through scripts? I mean is
it possible to know if a layer mask is already added to the active layer
or if the layer palette is visible?
No. Scripts have no direct control on the UI.
Question 3) As far as I understand it, it is not possible to have toggles
at the moment. Ctrl z twice will cancel 2 actions instead of undoing and
redoing the last action. Am I right?
There are parts of the UI that are toggles (for instance, Tab to
show/hide dialogs, or Ctrl-T to show/hide the selection). It is normally
useful to undo several steps in most applications, and I don't remember
ever using an application where Ctrl-Z is a toggle as you describe (but
there s no real standard for the "redo" shortcut)
You'll find there are two languages supported out of the box to write
scripts: the historical script-fu (a LISP dialect), and Python. Unless
you are already well versed in LISP/Scheme, use Python.
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