Re: [Gimp-user] First time user

2011-02-01 Thread Elwin Estle
I am guessing that you mean when you finished going around the area you wanted to remove, that you were unable to close the scissors loop? The scissors tool can be quite fussy like that. You have to hit your starting point exactly. But if that isn't the problem, then yes, like someone else

[Gimp-user] First time user

2011-02-01 Thread rich
Hi, I am a first time user. The first problem that I encountered was after I outlined an image in order to remove the background around it, i could not disconnect from the outline tool (scissors). How do I do the disconnect? Thanks, Ernie maybe look at this tutorial

[Gimp-user] opening binary flat files

2011-02-01 Thread mintakax
I often use photoshop to open binary flat files, either 8 or 16 bit depth. In photoshop if I select open using photoshop raw format, a dialog box pops up asking what the image dimensions are (ie, 512x512), the number of channels (ie 1), the bit depth and the byte order. Is there any way to do

[Gimp-user] opening binary flat files

2011-02-01 Thread mintakax
I often use photoshop to open binary flat files, either 8 or 16 bit depth. In photoshop if I select open using photoshop raw format, a dialog box pops up asking what the image dimensions are (ie, 512x512), the number of channels (ie 1), the bit depth and the byte order. Is there any way to do

Re: [Gimp-user] opening binary flat files

2011-02-01 Thread Chris Mohler
On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 1:54 PM, mintakax for...@gimpusers.com wrote: they are images of satellite imagery that are just binary flat files. Can you upload an example image somewhere, or is there a link? Chris ___ Gimp-user mailing list

Re: [Gimp-user] opening binary flat files

2011-02-01 Thread GSR - FR
Hi, for...@gimpusers.com (2011-02-01 at 2054.11 +0100): I often use photoshop to open binary flat files, either 8 or 16 bit depth. In photoshop if I select open using photoshop raw format, a dialog box pops up asking what the image dimensions are (ie, 512x512), the number of channels (ie 1),

Re: [Gimp-user] opening binary flat files

2011-02-01 Thread Owen
I often use photoshop to open binary flat files, either 8 or 16 bit depth. In photoshop if I select open using photoshop raw format, a dialog box pops up asking what the image dimensions are (ie, 512x512), the number of channels (ie 1), the bit depth and the byte order. Is there any way to do

Re: [Gimp-user] opening binary flat files

2011-02-01 Thread Ville P├Ątsi
On Tue, Feb 01, 2011 at 08:54:11PM +0100, mintakax wrote: I often use photoshop to open binary flat files, either 8 or 16 bit depth. In photoshop if I select open using photoshop raw format, a dialog box pops up asking what the image dimensions are (ie, 512x512), the number of channels (ie 1),

Re: [Gimp-user] opening binary flat files

2011-02-01 Thread GSR - FR
Hi, d...@shadowdrama.net (2011-02-01 at 2254.23 +0200): On Tue, Feb 01, 2011 at 08:54:11PM +0100, mintakax wrote: I often use photoshop to open binary flat files, either 8 or 16 bit depth. In photoshop if I select open using photoshop raw format, a dialog box pops up asking what the image

Re: [Gimp-user] opening binary flat files

2011-02-01 Thread Patrick Horgan
On 02/01/2011 01:24 PM, GSR - FR wrote: ... elision by patrick ... Ooops, right... yet another reminder of why I hate interfaces that hide and forget you opened the |. I just noticed the selector now, different than the filtering one. If the data has an extension of .data on the file name is

Re: [Gimp-user] opening binary flat files

2011-02-01 Thread GSR - FR
Hi, phorg...@yahoo.com (2011-02-01 at 1834.43 -0800): On 02/01/2011 01:24 PM, GSR - FR wrote: ... elision by patrick ... Ooops, right... yet another reminder of why I hate interfaces that hide and forget you opened the |. I just noticed the selector now, different than the filtering one.