>maybe arclayer

>http://registry.gimp.org/node/8261 and 

>an example


>If using windows you will need to install python, not as difficult as it used 
>to be. AFAIK the various modules are now compatible, only snag, you would have 
>to uninstall gimp and reinstall after python. see:


Thank you both so much!

ArcLayer looks most promising but I'm obviously doing something wrong.  When I 
open my file Braid.xcf, then click on Filters~Distorts~ArcLayer, I expected a 
dialog to open, no?  I get a momentary clock then nothing.  My latest of 
several attempts to install Python includes:

Uninstall GIMP
Install Python-2.6.6.msi into C:\Program Files\Python26
Install pycairo-1.8.10.win32-py2.6.exe
Install pygtk-2.22.0.win32-py2.6.exe
Install pygobject-2.26.0.win32-py2.6.exe
Install GIMP v2.6.11
Verify that Python-Fu is present on the Filters menu in GIMP

Copy arclayer-0.3.py and wrap-map-0.3(2).py into the folder C:\Program 

That should be all I need to do, right?  I can see both plugins on the Filters 

I've also copied the two .py files into C:\Program 
Files\GIMP-2.0\lib\gimp\2.0\python and into C:\Program Files\Python26\Lib where 
other .py files reside.

I'm still getting what appears to be nothing happening.

I don't think you're the author of the .py file and may not be able to help 
further.  Since both plug ins are showing up in GIMP, I have to think I've 
installed them correctly.  There must be something causing them to not start.

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