The former is where I'm trying to add the pattern.
No -s on this directory.
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 2005-11-01 07:57 .
I also attempted to add the file to the .gimp... directory but it still isn't showing up. I can open the file in gimp and it seems to show up just fine. I compared it to a good pattern and except for the dimensions it's equivalent as far as I can see.
When I'm in the pattern screen, and click on a pattern, there is a short description of the pattern displayed, but I can't find any way to see that description when I'm editing a pattern in gimp. Is it possible my converted jpeg image doesn't have that dispaly info in it and that's why it isn't showing up?
On 10/31/05, michael chang <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On 10/31/05, Jim Lynch <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I'm trying to add a pattern and it's just not doing what I think it should.
> I loaded a small image, 135x94 into gimp and saved it as a pattern (.pat).
> I then moved it to the /usr/share/gimp/2.0/pattern directory. I quit gimp
> and then brought it back up. No pattern. I decided maybe the patterns were
> coming from somewhere else, so I did a locate on corkboard.pat. Only one of
> them. OK, so I temporarily moved one of the .pat files to another location,
> refreshed gimp again and it was gone. Ah, so it is reading from that
> directory. Maybe there is something about my image that gimp doesn't like,
> so I copied pine.pat to a new name, 3dwood.pat. I refreshed gimp again,
> closing and restarting. Nope, no 3dwood.
> File attributes are just fine, all of them at 644. Owner is root.root on
> all the files, old and new.
> Can anyone tell me what's going on?
> Running on a Debian Sarge release distro with gimp 2.2.
In "File|Preferences", what directories are listed as resource sources
IIRC, you can also put the pattern in ~/.gimp-2.2/patterns if you are
doing a per-user install (as opposed to system-wide).
Also, does the pattern(s) folder have an -s or no? I forget what the
actual one does have, although IIRC you can set any one you want, in
theory. I could be wrong though, I'm a bit rusty.
- Just my two cents
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