Re: parasite lost ? [2] (quick workaround for gDynText)

2000-06-05 Thread FUJITA Yuji

 Copy the layer by dragging it from the source image to the target one.
 Edit the source layer and hold the shift key while pressing the Ok button,
 this will force gDynText to store the parasite data into the layer name.
 Edit the target layer name and copy the source layer name containing the
 "dumped" parasite.

Yes, I tested. This makes it. Works fine even if it contains Japanese
caractors. Thanks.

But... let me confess that at first try, I missed to copy dumped
parasite and gdyntext didn't work (it crashed ;).

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parasite lost ? [2] (quick workaround for gDynText)

2000-06-04 Thread Marco Lamberto

Copy the layer by dragging it from the source image to the target one.
Edit the source layer and hold the shift key while pressing the Ok button,
this will force gDynText to store the parasite data into the layer name.
Edit the target layer name and copy the source layer name containing the
"dumped" parasite.

Happy GIMPing,
Marco
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Re: parasite lost ?

2000-06-03 Thread Tuomas Kuosmanen

On Sat, Jun 03, 2000 at 06:34:38AM +0200, Marco Lamberto wanted to say the following:
 On Wed, 31 May 2000, FUJITA Yuji wrote:
 Hi, dear developers.
 I hope copying gdynamic text layer to another image to keep
 text/font/colour/layout informations.
 As I don't understand parasites, please forgive me if I'm claiming
 something funny.
 
 No, I've tested it with gimp 1.1.22 and it seems you're right! ;)
 If I remember well hitting ctrl+c on a layer whithout active selection on gimp
 1.0.x results in copying the whole layer, while now it doesn't.
 I think that doing a (full) layer copy between two images is quite important in
 many cases (and gDynText "parasited" layers is one)!!
 There's anyone that could tell me more about this matter?? ;)

The easiest way to copy a layer to another image is to drag it from the
layers dialog to the other image. I am not sure if it copies the parasite
information but I think it should if it doesnt already.

Tuomas

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Re: parasite lost ?

2000-06-03 Thread Marco Lamberto

On Sat, 3 Jun 2000, Tuomas Kuosmanen wrote:
The easiest way to copy a layer to another image is to drag it from the
layers dialog to the other image. I am not sure if it copies the parasite
information but I think it should if it doesnt already.
Cool, I've never noticed that!!
Tested! No, it doesn't copy the parasited stuff ... anyone wanting to fix it?
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Re: parasite lost ?

2000-06-03 Thread Garrett LeSage

* Marco Lamberto ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [000603 19:15]:
 On Sat, 3 Jun 2000, Tuomas Kuosmanen wrote:
 The easiest way to copy a layer to another image is to drag it from the
 layers dialog to the other image. I am not sure if it copies the parasite
 information but I think it should if it doesnt already.
 Cool, I've never noticed that!!
 Tested! No, it doesn't copy the parasited stuff ... anyone wanting to fix it?

It should also copy the layer name (it just says "Pasted Layer" right now).

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Re: parasite lost ?

2000-06-02 Thread Marco Lamberto

On Wed, 31 May 2000, FUJITA Yuji wrote:
Hi, dear developers.
I hope copying gdynamic text layer to another image to keep
text/font/colour/layout informations.
As I don't understand parasites, please forgive me if I'm claiming
something funny.

No, I've tested it with gimp 1.1.22 and it seems you're right! ;)
If I remember well hitting ctrl+c on a layer whithout active selection on gimp
1.0.x results in copying the whole layer, while now it doesn't.
I think that doing a (full) layer copy between two images is quite important in
many cases (and gDynText "parasited" layers is one)!!
There's anyone that could tell me more about this matter?? ;)

Happy GIMPing!
Marco
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parasite lost ?

2000-05-31 Thread FUJITA Yuji

Hi, dear developers.

I hope copying gdynamic text layer to another image to keep
text/font/colour/layout informations.
As I don't understand parasites, please forgive me if I'm claiming
something funny.

FUJITA Yuji
[EMAIL PROTECTED]