Re: Printers list

2000-06-14 Thread Mogens Jæger



 Is anybody making any progress on this?

 Mogens: you can edit printers.xml to remove the printers you're not
 interested in, and then recompile.


Thanks Robert
It solved my problem here and now.
Mogens Jæger




gimp rmps

2000-06-14 Thread Jean-Pascal Laedermann

Hello,

I need some help to get out of the this dead-end situation

rpm -Uvh gimp 1.1.22-1.i386.rpm
error: failed dependencies:
 perl = 5.005_03 is needed by gimp-1.1.22-1
 /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.005/i386-pld-linux-thread is needed
by gimp-1.1.22-1
 perl(Carp) is needed by gimp-1.1.22-1
 ... (cutted)

so I try  :

rpm -Uvh perl-5.00505-10.i386.rpm
 error: failed dependencies:
 perl-MD5 is needed by cleanfeed-0.95.7b-3

And :

rpm -Uvh perl-MD5-1.7-6.i386.rpm
error: package perl-MD5-1.7-6 is already installed

Any idea ?

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Re: perl-fu-round-sel does not work in script-fu?

2000-06-14 Thread Thomas Stolt

I believe, there is a slight misconception, what I will achive (no wonder, I did not 
say it:-):


This script will _create a new_ picture and does something with it.

add these lines to (script-fu register ..)
SF-IMAGE "The image" 0
SF-DRAWABLE "The layer" 0
they have to be the first variables passed. Gimp will get the
correct layer and image for you.
dont forget to bind them to variables in your function declaration
for example :
(define (script-fu-text-box image layer
inText inFont inFontSize inTextColor)

So, this would be correct, if I had a script which does something with a existing 
picture, right?

I would like to do my own buttons, just like the button scripts, that come with gimp.

Now, the strange thing, as I mentioned in the first mail, is, that everything works 
fine, but the last step is just skipped, no error ... no action - nothing. When I let 
the script run, it creates the picture and selects the rectangle (all).  When I do the 
last step manually, it works perfectly!?!

Why?

regards
Thomas

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Image Dimensions

2000-06-14 Thread Thomas Stolt

Hi (again)

While cropping images one question came into my mind:

What is the upper most left pixel referred to:

is it x=0;y=0 or starts it with 1 (x=1;y=1)?

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Brush Size preview?

2000-06-14 Thread Robb Kidd

Does the GIMP provide on option to replace the default pencil
pointer with a circle/shape representing the current brush size?  I'm
trying to make the switch to GIMP (or at least get up to speed with it)
and the "precision bursh" is a feature I've found very handy in my years
of working with Photoshop.




Re: Brush Size preview?

2000-06-14 Thread jje7

Relating to this I seem to have had trouble doing something as simple as 
drawing one pixel at a time, it seems even the pen/pencil tool is not as 
fine as one pixel.  Is there something I'm missing?

Thanks,
Josh


On Wed, 14 Jun 2000, Robb Kidd wrote:

 Does the GIMP provide on option to replace the default pencil
 pointer with a circle/shape representing the current brush size?  I'm
 trying to make the switch to GIMP (or at least get up to speed with it)
 and the "precision bursh" is a feature I've found very handy in my years
 of working with Photoshop.
 
 



Fonts problem with 1.1.23

2000-06-14 Thread Alan Buxey

hi,

Well, the good news - I've got my script-fu batch working
from a --bath command line.

the bad news...it only works if the interface is loaded up :-|

if I dont load the interface, my invoking of the ascii-img
script-fu fails... is there a fix for this? Do I set some
variable to allow font'ing without GUI?

alan




Re: gimp rmps

2000-06-14 Thread Alan Buxey

hi,

 rpm -Uvh perl-5.00505-10.i386.rpm

put rpm -ivh instead

alan




...further on...

2000-06-14 Thread Alan Buxey

hi,

well, I've now found that the fonts DO workhowever
I can no longer get a transparent background if I run
with no interface as a batch job. anyone have any clues about this?

heres the code

gimp -n --no-data --verbose --batch \
"(set! myimage (car (script-fu-asc-2-img \"motd.txt\" 
\"-*-Charter-*-r-*-*-30-*-*-*-p-*-*-*\" 30 '(0 0 0) TRUE '(255 255 255) 35)))" \
'(set! ResultL (car (gimp-image-merge-visible-layers 0 1)))' \
"(gimp-image-set-filename 0 \"motd.png\")" \
"(file-png-save 1 0 8 \"/home/directory/motd.png\" \"motd.png\" 0 0 6)" \
'(gimp-quit 1)'

..also my set!'s dont seem to work - ie I cant actually use the label
'myimage' as a variable for the next command...i have to manually stick
'0''s into the rest of the code  :-(

alan




Re: Brush Size preview?

2000-06-14 Thread Ben Frantzdale



On Wed, 14 Jun 2000 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Relating to this I seem to have had trouble doing something as simple as 
 drawing one pixel at a time, it seems even the pen/pencil tool is not as 
 fine as one pixel.  Is there something I'm missing?

Yea... ctrl+shift+b to get the brush dialog then hit the one pixel brush
and use either the pencil or paintbrush.

--Ben

 
 Thanks,
 Josh
 
 
 On Wed, 14 Jun 2000, Robb Kidd wrote:
 
  Does the GIMP provide on option to replace the default pencil
  pointer with a circle/shape representing the current brush size?  I'm
  trying to make the switch to GIMP (or at least get up to speed with it)
  and the "precision bursh" is a feature I've found very handy in my years
  of working with Photoshop.
  
  
 




Color Dodge/Color Burn

2000-06-14 Thread Oscar Quill

Does GIMP have a Color dodge/color burn tool or
equivalent (like Photoshop 5)?

I'm running version 1.0.4 for IRIX, and can't seem to
find anything that works like the Photoshop tools do. 
Could they be under a different/weird name?

Basically, I'm looking to burn or dodge hues without
affecting the value of surrounding pixels.

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Color Dodge/Color Burn

2000-06-14 Thread Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero

Does GIMP have a Color dodge/color burn tool or
equivalent (like Photoshop 5)?

Yes (at least the name is similar).

I'm running version 1.0.4 for IRIX, and can't seem to
find anything that works like the Photoshop tools do. 
Could they be under a different/weird name?

Get 1.1.23 for it.

Basically, I'm looking to burn or dodge hues without
affecting the value of surrounding pixels.

I think that is what Gimp's dodge / burn does.

GSR
 




Re: Color Dodge/Color Burn

2000-06-14 Thread Oscar Quill


--- "Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero"
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Does GIMP have a Color dodge/color burn tool or
 equivalent (like Photoshop 5)?
 
 Yes (at least the name is similar).
 
 I'm running version 1.0.4 for IRIX, and can't seem
 to
 find anything that works like the Photoshop tools
 do. 
 Could they be under a different/weird name?
 
 Get 1.1.23 for it.


Where can I find this compiled for the SGI?


 Basically, I'm looking to burn or dodge hues
 without
 affecting the [saturation] of surrounding pixels.
 
 I think that is what Gimp's dodge / burn does.


Nope.  The existing Dodge/Burn changes everything: 
hue, saturation, and value.  I'm looking for the PS5
Color Dodge/Burn tools that only affects hue and value.

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