There should probably be some explanation somewhere of
what built-in types gimp expects.  Real quick:

image    : (whole image, with layers, channels, etc)

drawable : (anything that can be drawn on - includes
layers & channels)

layer    : (a layer in the image - all layers are
drawables, not all drawables are layers)  Layers have
an associated image.

floating-layer: special type of layer; not all
operations are valid on floating layers.

There's probably more I've forgotten - ask if you run
into one.


--- Roland Roberts <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >>>>> "Seth" == Seth Burgess <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> writes:
>     Seth> The commands you can use are actually
> dynamic - they are
>     Seth> added to with every script and plug-in you
> add.  You can see
>     Seth> them all through the PDB (procedural
> database) browser under
>     Seth> the Xtns menu in the main toolbox.  I
> think there's some
>     Seth> scripts included with gimp as well that
> will generate some
>     Seth> printout of whats aviable as well, but I'm
> not sure what it
>     Seth> is at the moment.
> I've found this, but for the total newbie (i.e.,
> *me*), this is a
> taunting reference.  For example, many of the
> functions want a
> drawable.  What's a drawable and how do I get one? 
> Searching on
> "drawable" didn't find any obvious hits.
> So while I can find the list along with their
> parameters, I'm not
> getting very far trying to figure out how to do
> anything....
> roland
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