On Thu, Oct 9, 2008 at 5:08 PM, Bernd Weber <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I think all these fine things could be produced with scripts or
> plug-ins. I do work as webmaster, too. I am not a fan of scheme or lisp.
> I rather use perl-gimp. I like the concept of the procedural database
> very much. Unfortunately perl-gimp seems not being supported very much,
> the last time. I  made a plug-in for buttons giving the base structure
> and correct dimensions for printing. You only have to insert am image
> afterwards as your main motif. Or I made a plug-in for using gocr out
> from gimp. I doubt whether photo shop has this extendability.
> But photo shop comes with a lot of features ready to use. People who
> don't like to write a program first might be better of with photo shop.
> I prefer GIMP.
> But about procedural data-base: When I want to insert a path I have to
> use PF_STRING. I didn't find a feature from which you can get a file
> chooser dialog. That's a little bit nasty. Or is there an opportunity
> and I didn't find it?

Use PF_FILE....

Chris
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