I actually updated the plug-in, as working with visibility would be
nice as wella s working with the linked states.
As it is new, it adds a "Group" submenu to the Layer menu.
Please, download it from:
On Wednesday 11 June 2008, Joao S. O. Bueno wrote:
> On Tuesday 10 June 2008, Pere Pujal i Carabantes wrote:
> > Hi all!
> > Many times I have to set the visibility of a group of layers, for
> > example to test the results from a combination of them against
> > another combination of layers.
> > Is there some plugin that allows to set some groups of layers and
> > then change their visibility at once?
> Hi -
> I do have a plug-in that allows you to name layer groups and then
> link/unlink then at once.
> Changing it to toggle visibility should be trivial.
> I am really in a hush now to trim the plug-ins now for uploading
> then anywhere, or changing/testing then to work with visibility
> instead of linking.
> I will just attach then in another e-mail (since this list should
> not allow attachments). They are python plug-ins, so you will need
> gimp-python working.
> Just use the XTns->Procedure browser to see the functions used to
> link and set layer visibility to make the changes that will suit
> (there are two scripts, one ask for a name, and attribute that to
> the current set of linked layers. The other one just asks for a
> name, and restores the saved linking state)
> PS. I see you use a .no-ip.org email - if you don't use an ISP as
> an e-mail relier , my ISP will most likely block your incoming
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> > Thanks
> > Pere.
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