On Sun, Nov 27, 2005 at 12:26:20AM +0100, Axel Wernicke wrote:
> yeah, I like it! May I ask for another one? The aim of cutting
> screenshots apart is to save space. So I'd prefer the "height of the
> tooth" around 20px (yours where around 40px) and the width of the
> whole thing should be around 800px. I'd then trying to build an
> template image with four copies (rotatet by 90, 180 and 270 degrees)
> to be able to move them together as a frame around the screenshot
> having exactly the size I need from the screenshot.
i made one black and white layer that should be able to be used as the
edge part of a layer mask. i am now going to try to be honest without
making you angry or causing you to stop contributing to the
documentation of gimp -- but if you are unable to use this image to make
a mask, you might not be good for documenting gimp (yet).
this time, tiny-fu distort selection was used and i must say, tiny-fu
feels "zippier" than script-fu.
http://carol.gimp.org/gimp/distorted-selection-mask.xcf, it is still in
rgb. experts agree, indexed images are simply too complicated for the
average user to be expected to work with. two paths have been included
and i strongly suggest that you consider using the paths for your
template. they work really nicely -- even gimps simple little SVG
> Hope that was not too much of a puzzle - its late and my english does
> certainly not improve after 0:00am
wait until you count the years in which your english does not improve.
i miss counting the hours....
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