GREYCstoration shows up in Filters>Enhance. As far as I know, you can't
plugins show up (tho if you are a programmer??) I have heard that you can
location of where scripts show up.
As for where to get it, I got mine from:
..Which doesn't seem to be the same page that is linked for the homepage as
listed in the
As for installation, it goes in your plugins folder. Some of them have an
some of them are just a binary that you have to place in the correct folder.
you a path, but I run the portable version of Gimp at work and at home I use
something like gimp\app\lib\2.0\plugins or something similar.
--- DJ <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi Gimp-user,
> I'm interested in a plug-in greycstoration, at
> There appears to be two different ones, but one says it is "official
> and supported".
> Are plug-in's that are accepted as part of GIMP standard install,
> removed from the registry?
> When you install a plug-in, how do you know where it will end up on
> the menu, other than to look at the code? And if you look at the
> code, do you take the opportunity to relocate the plug-in to a
> location that makes sense to you for usability and management?
> It would be nice if the registry database was like FireFox add-in's,
> where Gimp could query if there has been an update to an add-in that
> you have installed.
> Thank you.
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