HI there.

My "filter all layers" on GIMP 1.2.5 here has two action buttons at 
the bottom "apply constant" and "apply varying". You are describing 
the effects of Apply Constant. Wit apply varying it pops up the 
window of the desired filter (pixelate, in this case), perform it on 
the bottom layer and pops up a second time the filter window, perform 
it on the top layer, and finally displays a confirmation box, that, 
when accepted performs varying the parameter.

I tested it before answering your e-mail, earlier ...works just fine.


On Thursday 13 November 2003 6:24 pm, Eric Pierce wrote:
> JB,
> Hmm...  that didn't seem to work.  Maybe I screwed something up. 
> Was that supposed to gradually pixelate each layer more than the
> next?  I'm using Gimp-win (I'm at work).  Each layer was equally
> pixelized the same amount.
> Anyway, I'm not working on several layers.  Just one layer - a
> photo of people.  I want it to gradually (from right to left) go
> from no pixelation to slight pixelation, and then larger and larger
> pixelation so there would be nice chunky squares on the left side.
> Signed "Stumped"
> > On Thursday 13 November 2003 1:04 pm, Eric Pierce wrote:
> >> I'm trying to take a photo and have it gradually pixelate from
> >> small boxes to big boxes.  Can't figure it out except for doing
> >> it manually (ugh).
> >>
> >> Any ideas?  Thanks for reading!
> >> Eric Pierce
> >
> > <image>->filter->filter all layers,
> > apply varying , and the wizard does the rest. :-)
> >
> > I just am not certain if filter all layers is always there or
> > needs GIMP-GAP to be installed.
> >
> > Regards,
> >     JS
> >     -><-

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