On Monday 26 February 2007 00:35, Dave M G wrote:
> GIMP Users,
> Because of the nature of my work, I have to repeat the same set of
> commands over and over again. These commands are:
> 1. Create a selection from a path (I don't know if there's a
> keyboard shortcut for this)
> 2. Select->Sharpen to remove any anti-aliasing (again, I don't know
> if there's a keyboard shortcut for this)
> 3. Fill with foreground colour ([ctrl+,])
> 4. Deselect the selected area ([ctrl+shift+a], or [ctrl+d] under my
> current settings)
> 5. Delete the path (which I currently do by selecting a different
> tool and then selecting the path tool again - I'm sure there's a
> better way)
I am in a bit of a hurry now, but tin the GIMP there are 2 ways of
assigining shortcuts to any desired action
Please, click in <Toolbox>->File->Prefrences and interface and read
the instructions on "Dynamic Keyboard shortcuts" or just go from
there to a shortcut assignment interface.
Also, you should consider makig a script - either in script-fu or
gium-fu to repeat this sequence - it is actually easy, if you see
some ofthe .py and .scm files taht come with the GIMP, and check the
Procedure Database in <Toolbox>->Xtns->PDB Browser
> I do this over and over again as I colour an image, so if I could
> automate this process it would save me an immense amount of time,
> and probably prevent a lot of potential for human error.
> When I did a Google search for possible solutions to this, I used
> the term "batch" processing. But in GIMP world this term is
> apparently used to refer to running multiple filters or other
> actions on a file from the command line by creating a script. That
> seems a little different from what I'm after. But I'm afraid my
> imagination for alternate terms is lacking, and I couldn't think of
> any terms that came up with what I was after.
> Is there a way I can save a custom sequence of processes, and then,
> dare I hope, bind that sequence to a keyboard shortcut?
> Thank you for any advice or information.
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