Opps... got it this time. I think I was selecting the same pixelize value
However, this still isn't what I was after. I have just one layer and I
want it to pixelate gradually (from right to left) more and more.
thanks all the same, JB.
> 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:
>> 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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