I'd like to add that this issue also occured similarly for me today
on the [GIMP nightly builds site]. At least there were ads for a
Windows installer and training. This particular ad might being
harmless as long as one knows the backgrounds, but other users could
easily be led astray.
is this really with GIMP from www.gimp.org/downloads? If yes, what exactly were
you doing right before it crashed and can you please post the complete error
On 27. Juni 2014 18:10:06 MESZ, DocChloroplast for...@gimpusers.com wrote:
Ever since I
without knowing more we can just guess.
Can you please describe the steps to reproduce, including what you did right
On 29. Juni 2014 09:52:00 MESZ, Chaz for...@gimpusers.com wrote:
I am able to square crop images but am not able to use any of the
On 05.07.2014 at 9:15 P.M. Partha Bagchi wrote:
No, don't know anymore. However, looking at the preview (and I'll try and
participate in the beta and test Gimp 2.9 on it). I am not anticipating that
it'll be an radical redesign. I'll let you know.
It sounds like you are
On 6.1.2016 at 4:16 PM Anatoly Techtonik wrote:
Is there such a thing as 2.9.2 binaries for Windows?
Yes, at www.partha.com you find Windows builds
which operating system do you use - Windows, OS X, Linux
or something else?
If you want to work with video data and bulk edit many
frames, then GIMP seems to be the wrong choice.
Other suitable choices for your needs might be Cinepaint
or an video editor.
On 17.1.2016 at 4:46 AM Rf Gimp wrote:
Running OS X 10.10.5 and have downloaded Gimp 2.8.16 and installed under
administrator user account. App opens fine for that user.
Second "Standard" user tries to launch Gimp and gets Finder error "The
Application "Gimp" can't be opened".
choosing an indexed color palette in Image/Mode might help.
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additionally to Richards advice:
On 12.2.2016 at 7:59 PM Joeyf wrote:
How can I shrink a large photo of myself at 2800x4200 pixels to fit vertically
on a business card that is 2.5"x3.5" (around 200x150 pixels) without losing
quality? I know whenever an image is resized quality will be
On 26.1.2016 at 10:44 AM Phillipm2001 wrote:
When I convert a NEF file in View NX2 (Nikon software) to an 8-bit tiff, I am
prompted to import two pages into gimp. I have the choice of importing pages or
layers. One layer is blank and the other layer contains the image.
to me this
On 26.1.2016 at 12:37 PM Dihya wrote:
I want to make icons like home and refresh..by using Gimp..So can i do it.. ?
Yes, you can.
If you want them in different sizes you might also consider using Inkscape.
On 29.1.2016 at 8:52 AM Oulefty wrote:
Black and White Yearbook pictures that people have signed their name across
their face. Wondering if there is a way to remove whatever they wrote on the
picture? have tried using various tools such as the healing tool but; writing
across the face
On 21.1.2016 at 12:54 AM Partha Bagchi wrote:
On Wed, Jan 20, 2016 at 12:10 AM, cscj01 wrote:
GIMP has a built in gegl based NEF "plug-in". No additional software
needed other than the requisite dcraw of course. Actually it can read
Fuji and Panasonic as well (probably
On 23.1.2016 at 1:18 AM Wrhatshappeni wrote:
Having only the image on the right, what's the procedure to achieve the image
from the left?
you could try Colors/Color to transparency and the Threshold
On 24.1.2016 at 11:07 PM Aner Ben-artzi wrote:
I'd like to create a custom keyboard (print stickers) for GIMP. However, I
want to do this in a programmatic way so it can stay up-to-date with
version upgrades and customizations.
So I'd like to be able to get the following items in order
On 24.1.2016 at 3:25 AM Partha Bagchi wrote:
Use RawTherapee to process it and then export it to GIMP.
Or Darktable. You find a list of supported cameras at
(thanks to Roman Lebedev for pointing me there ;-) )
On 13.3.2016 at 8:52 PM Drsfunderwood wrote:
I apologize for re-asking for your help but I have been having computer
problems and it somehow erased earlier answers. My original question dealt with
my difficulty using Gimp text boxes. I could get them to appear on a map I am
On 14.3.2016 at 4:53 AM Billn wrote:
I think Gimp developers need to switch to VIPS and quit trying to reinvent an
old paint program. I am proud of all the work on Gimp.
We discussed this a few times before at the GIMP developer mailing list,
even with the VIPS maintainer himself.
On 16.3.2016 at 8:08 AM Gm40 wrote:
When hovering with the cursor over an icon a little window is popping up with a
brief explanation of the function behind the icon. In my case the color of the
font is white, i.e. unreadable. How can I change that color? I found nothing
On 25.3.2016 at 10:57 AM Dawo wrote:
Is there a way to customize the size of textlabels, toobars, icons etc in the
user interface of GIMP?
The preview sizes in resource dialogs like Patterns, Brushes etc. can be
changed in their respective dockable dialogs.
to me it sounds like you installed GIMP from another user account than
the one you're working with. The user account you are working with
doesn't seem to have execution privileges for GIMP's plug-ins.
Try to install GIMP as administrator or the user account you use for
your GIMP work.
I took the time now and the chance to update our performance related
bugs. There is already a keyword: perf.
The performance related bugs (including the reported behaviour
in this thread) are now found in the updated tracking bug
On 1.4.2016 at 1:26 AM Ofnuts wrote:
Before the devs chime in... Normally Gimp will not re-register plug-ins
(and so not execute them) if the file timestamp of the executable file
has not changed since the previous registration). So on Linux Gimp
startup times are good. But this seems to
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