[Gimp-user] HELP! FAST!

2010-05-23 Thread Adlevo
Hello Anna,

When asking for help on any forum, it is a good idea to
let people know a minimum of information:

1. Which platform are you using? [Mac OSX, Linux, FreeBSD, Other?]
2. Which version of The Gimp are you using?
3. Which file format did you save the work as? [.xcf, .jpg, .png, .other?]

da Bear


Hi Bear,

Sorry, I completely forgot kinda stressed you see xD
I use Windows XP, I have gimp 2.6 (I downloaded the newest one I think) and I
saved it as a xcf file.

Hugs Anna

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2010-05-23 Thread Adlevo

Well, now you know why you should NEVER do that. Let this be an
important lesson for you. Unfortunately I don't have a solution for
you in this case...

Johnny Rosenberg


Johnny Rosenberg


Thanks anyway Johnny ^^


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2010-05-23 Thread Adlevo
On Sun, 23 May 2010 16:32:06 +0200 (CEST), Anna wrote:

 But what kind of file editor are we talking about here? Like another
program
 or something like that?

Hex editor - not something for the faint-hearted.



So like. Are there any good tips on how to use it:p Cause I've downloaded
it but. ehm, no. I really just went, Hell no when I saw it :P Any idea
on how I might proceed?

Anna

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2010-05-23 Thread Adlevo

First just use it to look if there's anything in the file (that it's not
empty or blank - because if it is, there's no point in doing anything
else). If it's not empty, you'll need to find out what's wrong with it -
but since you don't know the XCF format, you'd have to learn that first,
which will definitely take longer than 3 days (and even then it's not
guaranteed that you'll be able to recover the image).



Well there's some numbers there and stuff. So then hope ain't completely
lost:P Jeee, do I sound like a blond girl xD But this really ain't my field xD
But tnx anway3

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2010-05-23 Thread Adlevo
On Sun, 23 May 2010 17:46:48 +0200 (CEST), Adlevo wrote:

 Well there's some numbers there and stuff. So then hope ain't
completely
 lost:P Jeee, do I sound like a blond girl xD But this really ain't my
field xD
 But tnx anway3

Nah, it's just that reconstructing even trivial files is a complicated
process (and GIMP's XCF format is anything but trivial).



Heh, yeah^^ Tnx anway ^^ I appreciate the help3

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