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> Date: Sat, 22 Mar 2008 11:58:23 +0000
> From: norman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] installing scripts
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>> The description of the script says that it will work with Gimp 2.4. Do
>> I, therefore, assume that the script is broken?
>>     
>
> The script I am looking at is at
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>  http://www.farcrydesign.com/GIMP/PurpleFringe.html
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> Does this help?
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> Norman
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> Date: Sat, 22 Mar 2008 14:20:45 +0100
> From: Rolf Steinort <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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> On Sat, 2008-03-22 at 11:58 +0000, norman wrote:
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>>> The description of the script says that it will work with Gimp 2.4. Do
>>> I, therefore, assume that the script is broken?
>>>       
>> The script I am looking at is at
>>
>>  http://www.farcrydesign.com/GIMP/PurpleFringe.html
>>
>> Does this help?
>>     
>
> Funny!  :-)
>
> I was looking at the same script at the moment for the podcast.
>
> It works here as advertised. I just dropped it into the folder.
>
> But wait - your message said:
>
> ... load"/home/norman/.gimp-2.4/scripts/colourtemp.scm". Error reading
>
> That's a different script, this is called Darla-PurpleFringe.scm. Just
> copy the colourtemp.scm file into a different folder, check if you have
> the Darla....  script and retry it. 
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>
> Rolf
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> Date: Sat, 22 Mar 2008 14:04:05 +0000
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>>    4. Re: file extensions and when to use them (norman)
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>> * norman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [03-21-08 13:06]:
>>   
>>     
>>> I usually shoot in RAW and convert with UFraw plugged in GIMP. Then I
>>> have a choice of extensions to use for saving the file produced. I
>>> presume that if I use .xcf there is no compression and if I use .jpg
>>> there will be some compression. When working on the file I assume it is
>>> best to save as .xcf and not to use .jpg until the picture is finalised.
>>> I would like to know how the contents of the .jpg file so formed compare
>>> with the contents of a .jpg saved directly on the camera.
>>>
>>> The reason I ask is because I would like to use PTLens to remove CA but
>>> it seems that the software will only work with .jpg.
>>>     
>>>       
>>  *compression* is not the problem as such.  "lossey" compression is
>> the problem, you *lose* some of the definition of your object/picture
>> when you *save* it as jpg.  jpg is a lossey compression scheme.
>>
>> If ptlens is your *only* choice, you have no choice except to perform
>> that operation as the last operation.  You will still have a minimum
>> of two lossey saves.
>>
>>   
>>     
> The plugin version of PTlens supports TIF files (the standalone does 
> not!). I am using the plugin with GIMP 2.4.1 on windows xp with no problem.
>
> Peter Taylor
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>>    4. Re: file extensions and when to use them (norman)
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>> Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2008 20:18:25 -0400
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>> * norman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [03-21-08 13:06]:
>>   
>>     
>>> I usually shoot in RAW and convert with UFraw plugged in GIMP. Then I
>>> have a choice of extensions to use for saving the file produced. I
>>> presume that if I use .xcf there is no compression and if I use .jpg
>>> there will be some compression. When working on the file I assume it is
>>> best to save as .xcf and not to use .jpg until the picture is finalised.
>>> I would like to know how the contents of the .jpg file so formed compare
>>> with the contents of a .jpg saved directly on the camera.
>>>
>>> The reason I ask is because I would like to use PTLens to remove CA but
>>> it seems that the software will only work with .jpg.
>>>     
>>>       
>>  *compression* is not the problem as such.  "lossey" compression is
>> the problem, you *lose* some of the definition of your object/picture
>> when you *save* it as jpg.  jpg is a lossey compression scheme.
>>
>> If ptlens is your *only* choice, you have no choice except to perform
>> that operation as the last operation.  You will still have a minimum
>> of two lossey saves.
>>
>>   
>>     
> Sorry! I forgot to change the subject heading.
>
> The standalone version of PTlens does not support TIF, but the plug in 
> version does! I am using it with GIMP 2.4.1 under Windows XP with no 
> problem.
>
> Peter Taylor
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> Date: Sat, 22 Mar 2008 14:52:39 +0000
> From: norman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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>> The plugin version of PTlens supports TIF files (the standalone does 
>> not!). I am using the plugin with GIMP 2.4.1 on windows xp with no problem.
>>     
>
> How interesting, but does it plugin with GIMP 2.4 on Ubuntu 7.10?
>
> Norman
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The plug in is an * .8BF file. You need  the GIMP plugin pspi, when 
apparently it should work with Linux. See:
http://www.gimp.org/~tml/gimp/win32/pspi.html 
<http://www.gimp.org/%7Etml/gimp/win32/pspi.html>

I hope this helps

Peter Taylor
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