The title says it all. If I go for the Gimp, will I be able to open the
source file in Netbeans and tweak it to my needs using C++?


I'll stick with the tarballs at the beginning.

Cordialement,

John
<http://johnsmithimages.net> <http://johnsmithimages.net>

http://johnsmithimages.net

2016-10-26 14:00 GMT+02:00 <gimp-user-list-requ...@gnome.org>:

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> Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2016 09:17:12 +0100
> From: Andrew Clarke <clarke_and...@btinternet.com>
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> Subject: [Gimp-user] Luminosity Masks
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> OSX GIMP 2.8.14 - http://gimp.lisanet.de
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> If I apply a luminosity mask to an image by selecting a RGB channel(from
> a layer that has been desatuarated via luminosity) with any of red,
> green or blue channels as the mask, if I then go on to adjust by curves
> (*value*) I get a shift in colour, as you would expect if you where
> using red,green or blue separately in curves not by value.
>
> Alternatively if I create a new layer desaturated to luminosity as you
> would before, but then drag that *layer* to the channel dialog box,then
> apply that new channel as a layer mask, I get the expected adjustment
> using curves(value) that it does not shift the colour.
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> Also if I apply a mask from a RGB channel, then remove that mask and
> layer, also delete the dragged channel, add a new layer I cannot
> desaturate that new layer as it maintains colour. If I do the same with
> the original layer (opened image) you can desaturate that original layer.
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> Thanks
> Andrew
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