>AFAIK you can't, but anyway how do you expect the user to enter the >bazillion numbers? If you want that many numbers just ask for a file >name and read the file.
The user already can. I wrote a custom system for making GTK configuration windows that I use with all my plugins instead of the default python-fu thing that just stacks all the widgets into a grand tower of Babel. Where the enums come into play is allowing other scripts to call this one via the PDB. Not really a problem right now since the registry's dead and therefore it won't end up in the hands of others for a while (right?). I'm just perfectionist. Guess for now I'll refactor it to make the PDB method take i32's & floats instead of arrays, and if some other weirdo wants the full horror of my plugin, they'll just have to import the class. If anyone else knows a way or has other inquiries, I'll stay subbed to this thread. >Or maybe your array can be pixels values in a layer (these are easy to >get in Python) in which case the user would just specify a second >layer. You say that, but I was entirely unable to get proper pixel info in one of my past scripts. I could get standard 8-bit info, but no 32-bit floating point info that everything apparently uses now (2.10 RC-1). Unless I'm completely missing it, the python-fu docs are patchy at best. Most of my knowledge comes from trying to interpret the auto-generated pydoc stuff, incomplete docs from like 4 years ago, or reverse engineering other over-the-top scripts like LayerFX. -- Beinsezii (via www.gimpusers.com/forums) _______________________________________________ gimp-user-list mailing list List address: email@example.com List membership: https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gimp-user-list List archives: https://mail.gnome.org/archives/gimp-user-list