I suspect Indira was referring to the results (the
gradients).  These you place in your
~/.gimp-1.2/gradients/ directory for an individual
user, or in your /usr/local/share/gimp/gradients/
directory for system-wide access. (both these are
defaults for 1.2 on a unix-like OS - if you installed
differently, your directions will vary).

Also, would you mind if I converted those scripts into
gimp-perl scripts callable from within gimp?  They
seem pretty useful!

Seth Burgess

--- Jeff Trefftzs <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Indira asked -
> >  Ok, I will try them out but how and where do I
> install them?
> Depends on your system.  I'm running Linux, so I
> installed them 
> in my local bin directory:  ~/jeff/bin which is in
> my search 
> path.  If you have perl installed, then all you need
> to do is 
> run them at a shell prompt.  If you're running
> Windows you 
> should ask someone else.
> BTW, if you're not familiar with perl, it's an
> interpreted 
> language good for doing almost anything you can
> imagine.  And it 
> is available on Windows systems, too.
> HTH,
> -- 
> --Jeff
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