Quoting houghi <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:

I would like to use 'Fuzzy border' in a script yet I can not seem to get
it right.

All I get is "batch command: experienced an execution error."

I have searched for aboyt two days and dit not find a solution. I would be
needing to rn it in a batch script, because it will be done on 2000+

My (wild) guess is that you are passing filenames from the command line to the GIMP, thinking that 'fuzzyborder' script can accept them for its "image" parameter. For example, if you are doing something like:

gimp -b '(fuzzy-border RUN-NONINTERACTIVE "*.png" 0 \'(0 0 0) 20 5 1 0 0 0 1)' '(quit 0)'

this will not work becasue 'fuzzy-border' expects a number for the IMAGE parameter and does not know how to handle the string "*.png".

You usually have to define a new Script-fu function which takes care of opening the file and calling 'fuzzy-border' with the image identification number of the opened file.

If there is a better place to ask, please let me know.

Personally, I find forums to be easier than mailing lists to ask for and to receive help for a problem such as this. If I have guessed wrong on your problem (there are many things that can cause an "execution error"), you could post your problem on http://www.gimptalk.com/forum or http://gug.sunsite.dk/forum/
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