Re: Gimp Win32 and -Wall patch

2000-06-06 Thread Tor Lillqvist
I already tried to answer this from Berlin, but apparently CCC's SMTP server didn't like me. Apologies to gimp-developers who couldn't care less for the Windows version ;-) Hans Breuer writes: Attached a patch to compile Gimp on Win32 with M$VC again. Could anyone with CVS access apply it,

gDynText 1.5.0-RC3

2000-06-06 Thread Marco Lamberto
A new release is available at: http://download.sourceforge.net/gdyntext/gdyntext-1.5.0-RC3.tgz Feedback (expecially for the new user interface) and bug reports are welcome. Happy GIMPing! Marco -- //\/\ Marco (LM) Lamberto e-mail:[EMAIL PROTECTED] (remove 'nOsPaMz-') The

Re: Performance of Gimp vs. photoshop for large images (fwd)

2000-06-06 Thread Jon Winters
Hi, I'm forwarding this from gimp-user for anyone who is not on that list. There was a question regarding performance and configuration but I can't seem to get Gimp to outperform Photoshop. TIA for any configuration tweeks that may help me. (so far the only thing i've done is adjust the tile

Re: Performance of Gimp vs. photoshop for large images (fwd)

2000-06-06 Thread Federico Di Gregorio
Scavenging the mail folder uncovered Jon Winters's letter: I'm forwarding this from gimp-user for anyone who is not on that list. There was a question regarding performance and configuration but I can't seem to get Gimp to outperform Photoshop. TIA for any configuration tweeks that may

Re: comments in gifs

2000-06-06 Thread Marc Lehmann
On Tue, Jun 06, 2000 at 10:24:11AM +0530, Gunjan Kapoor [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: how does one add comments to gif images with scripting ? By setting the gimp-comment parasite of the image (see docs/parasites.txt) bafore saving. -- -==- |

Re[2]: Performance of Gimp vs. photoshop for large images (fwd)

2000-06-06 Thread Hyperborean
Could it be that Photoshop does the previews only on the visible pixels? I don't know how the gimp does this, but it seems to me that realtime previews on images would best be done on the set of pixels the user can actually see, i.e. not the pixels hidden by zooming or panning. Then clicking on

Re: Performance of Gimp vs. photoshop for large images (fwd)

2000-06-06 Thread Jon Winters
Andy Thomas wrote: What version of gimp are you using? The recent CVS versions had a real bug in the updating of previews when using the levels/curves stuff. On the advice of Andy and others I disabled the layer pre-vue images and things speeded up quite a bit. (they also mentioned this is

TAB to hide toolbox and all dialog windows...

2000-06-06 Thread Jon Winters
One of the things that I like about Photoshop is the ability to hit the "tab" button on the keyboard and hide everything but the cursor and the image. I use it often when photoshopping and miss it sorely when Gimpin' If this is already built in please accept my apology and clue me in as to how

Re: Performance of Gimp vs. photoshop for large images (fwd)

2000-06-06 Thread Jon Winters
Hyperborean wrote: Could it be that Photoshop does the previews only on the visible pixels? snip I'm with George on this one! Pre-vue mode should be visible pixels only. -- Jon Winters http://www.obscurasite.com/jon/ "Everybody Loves The GIMP!" http://www.gimp.org/

Re: TAB to hide toolbox and all dialog windows...

2000-06-06 Thread Seth Burgess
Jon, Try hitting "Tab" while in an image. Seth [EMAIL PROTECTED] * Jon Winters ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [000606 22:27]: One of the things that I like about Photoshop is the ability to hit the "tab" button on the keyboard and hide everything but the cursor and the image. I use it often when