I think I have only had to do something like this once. But yes GAP does have
add-on that puts in an menu entry for "filter all layers".
There are other things that GAP comes in handy for. You can use it to make
brushes that would otherwise be a lot of work to do in regular Gimp.
I don't like to have Gimp without it, and I imagine there are a lot of Gimpers
--- Helen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Thanks Sven -- this seems unreasonable, though, to have to install a plug-in
> for animation
> in order to use a tool on all layers. I could not figure any way, so I
> flattened and
> saved under a new name and ran the curve/bend on the new file.
> I wonder if other Gimp users find this to be a limitation.
> On Nov 26, 2007 3:10 PM, Sven Neumann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > On Mon, 2007-11-26 at 15:04 -0500, Helen wrote:
> > > In attempting to make photos look as though they are on the pages of a
> > > book,
> > > I have an image with ten layers. I'd now like to use the curve/bend
> > > tool to make
> > > the book "sink" in the middle (spine). Must I flatten the image in
> > > order for the tool
> > > to affect all ten layers?
> > You might have luck using the GIMP Animation Package. This is a
> > third-party package that adds functionality which is useful for working
> > on animations. It allows to apply a filter on all layers.
> > Sven
> using Linux, SuSE 10
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