[Gimp-user] Re: Re: image optimization

2001-02-26 Thread Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (2001-02-26 at 2307.12 +): Yeah, JPG too... since when PNG is animated? I hoped someone would ask ;) PNG does not support animations. MNG, encapsulating PNG and / or JPEG data (if I read the docs right), can be used to save anims. libmng is now available for Linux

[Gimp-user] Wacom USB woes.

2001-02-27 Thread Avi Bercovich
Hello everybody, I'm having a bit of bother with my wacom graphire USB tablet. :( Using `xinput test WacomStylus` I've tested my config and it would seem that for some funny reason only pressure data is coming from the tablet and no motion x/y coords. However when I use the /dev/input/mice

[Gimp-user] gimp creations

2001-02-28 Thread Marc BENSOUSSAN
hello all why not to show what you realized with GIMP super star to get ideas to the list ? M@rc -- ___ Gimp-user mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.xcf.berkeley.edu/mailman/listinfo/gimp-user

Re: [Gimp-user] gimp creations

2001-02-28 Thread Michael Spunt
Hi! why not to show what you realized with GIMP super star to get ideas to the list ? If you want to present your artwork created with Gimp to other people, I'll recommend you to apply for an account at the Gimp User Group (http://gug.sunsite.dk). You can have your own gallery with commenting

[Gimp-user] gtk - make

2001-02-28 Thread Hago Ziegler
Hi, - sorry, another error that I don't understand. glib 1.2.8 is installed gtk+ "./configure" runs to its end. gtk+ "make" runs for half a minute, then I get the error-message: ... gtkaccelgroup.c: In function `gtk_accel_group_create_add': gtkaccelgroup.c:668:

Re: [Gimp-user] gtk-installation

2001-02-28 Thread Hago Ziegler
Am Mit, 28 Feb 2001 schrieb William D. Tallman: So now what you need to do is get rid of the glib-1.3.x and the gtk+-1.3.x and reinstall 1.2.8 stuff instead. When I tried to install Gimp with the gtk and glib 1.3.2-stuff , it told me, that it will not run and I shall get the 1.2.8 _

[Gimp-user] no print

2001-02-28 Thread lee
i removed LPRng and rhs-printfilters and printtool and installed cups hoping to get a better print mechanism...i mean i had great printing before but i'd noticed slow printing more so i thought than my windows counterpart and i recalled reading something about it re:ghostsript drivers at

[Gimp-user] gradient

2001-03-01 Thread Indira
if I have an image and I want to use the colors of that image, how do i make a custom gradient? Thanks [EMAIL PROTECTED] There is nothing good or bad, but thinking makes it so... ___ Gimp-user mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[Gimp-user] printing with the gimp's filters

2001-03-01 Thread Remco Poelstra
Hi, I've a HP 930 C printer. I've set up aps filter, to print. The problem is that it can only print in b/w. When I print from the gimp, I can print in color. I was wondering, is it possible to print using the gimp's filters, and if so, how? Thanks in advance, Remco Poelstra

Re: [Gimp-user] gradient

2001-03-01 Thread Indira
An easier method: I have wondered about this myself in connection with palettes, which often have a nicely selected set of colors already available. I have built a pair of little perl procs to (1) sort a palette by value, hue, saturation, or hsv_value, and (2) create a gradient from

Re: [Gimp-user] gradient

2001-03-02 Thread Seth Burgess
Jeff, I suspect Indira was referring to the results (the gradients). These you place in your ~/.gimp-1.2/gradients/ directory for an individual user, or in your /usr/local/share/gimp/gradients/ directory for system-wide access. (both these are defaults for 1.2 on a unix-like OS - if you

Re: [Gimp-user] gradient

2001-03-02 Thread Jeff Trefftzs
Seth - I expect you're right. I was thinking of scripts, not gradients. Thanks for the clarification. You are welcome to convert the scripts to gimp-perl. Let me know when you're done. -- --Jeff Jeff Trefftzs [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.tcsn.net/trefftzsHome Page

Re: [Gimp-user] gtk - make

2001-03-03 Thread Hago Ziegler
Hi Bill, - I've been away for three days- well, I did what you suggested (moving the glib,gtk and gimp source to ../src), but nothing changed, only the directory that gimp leaves at the end becomes another one: .. make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/local/src/gtk+' make: ***

Re: [Gimp-user] Off topic printer question.

2001-03-03 Thread kate
On Sun, 4 Mar 2001, Joe McKenzie wrote: I suggest rebooting. I have a similar model of Canon BubbleJet. It goofs off like that all the time. I think that it forgets that it's recieving an image, and defaults to printing text. Try canceling the print job and re-sending it. Thanks for the

[Gimp-user] Re: [Gimp-developer] Not happens gimp color pictures !!!

2001-03-04 Thread Austin Donnelly
On Sunday, 4 Mar 2001, Raimo Leppanen wrote: gimp-1.125-1 Please upgrade to gimp-1.2.1 and see if the problem still happens. Are you loading a JPEG file? Do other programs display the file correctly? Austin ___ Gimp-user mailing list [EMAIL

Re: [Gimp-user] Gimp for windows

2001-03-04 Thread pixel fairy
On Sun, Mar 04, 2001 at 03:55:10PM +0100, Joachim Ansorg wrote: Hi! Is Gimp 1.2 for Windows useable for "normal" Win users (for example as a cheap replacement for PaintShopPro). yes. ive installed the gimp on the boxen of many win users who are all happy with it. unless paintshop pro no

[Gimp-user] Re: kde/gimp icons problem

2001-03-05 Thread lee
VosSedai wrote: EE is electric eyes.standard in most Linux distros not a kde thing :) Just a picture viewer kinda a stripped XV lol cheers Vossedai unable to print with gimp i'm trying pdq which at moment isn't working but that shouldn't interfere? as i have gimp-print installed

[Gimp-user] Brush selection dlg q.

2001-03-05 Thread Pabs
Whatever happened to the opacity slider in the brush selection dlg? This is a very useful thing. Is there any way I could achieve the same effect in GIMP 1.2? See the following for proof it existed http://ns.gimp-savvy.com/BOOK/img120.gif img21.gif BTW I'm using the Win32 port. Bye, Pabs

Re: [Gimp-user] Brush selection dlg q.

2001-03-05 Thread Carol Spears
It seems like you could adjust the opacity slider on the Layer Dialog (with the appropriate layer selected) and it would have the same affect. Pabs wrote: Whatever happened to the opacity slider in the brush selection dlg? This is a very useful thing. Is there any way I could achieve the

[Gimp-user] How to read comments?

2001-03-06 Thread aquari0
Some image formats allow you to make comments when you save the image. How do you read those comments when you open the image at a later time? thanks. ___ Gimp-user mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[Gimp-user] Can't activate status bar

2001-03-07 Thread Henningsen
I'm just trying to learn the Gimp - I'm running version 1.0.4 that came with Mandrake 7.0, and I'm running on top of KDE. My version of the Gimp comes up without a status bar (the area under the canvas which has information on the cursor coordinates). I read "Grokking the Gimp", which claims you

[Gimp-user] Re: Gimp Question

2001-03-10 Thread Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (2001-03-10 at 0213.22 -0500): I just recently downloaded the new gnome and installed it off helix and it installed the gimp 1.2.1 i believe and it left a folder in my home directory for 1.1. I was wondering if it is safe to delete this now that I have 1.2.1? Any help

Re: [Gimp-user] transparency with png

2001-03-12 Thread Carl Constantine
On 3/12/2001 06:58, Jason P. Holland at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks for the quick response. In IE 5.5, the background is light blue. In netscape 4.76 on my linux box, its black. the graphic is at http://jholland.nichware.net/alivepreview.html. i have no clue. seems like it would

Re: [Gimp-user] transparency with png

2001-03-12 Thread Arcady Genkin
"Jason P. Holland" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Thanks for the quick response. In IE 5.5, the background is light blue. In netscape 4.76 on my linux box, its black. the graphic is at http://jholland.nichware.net/alivepreview.html. i have no clue. seems like it would work. thanks for the

RE: [Gimp-user] transparency with png

2001-03-12 Thread Jeffrey Goldberg
On Mon, 12 Mar 2001, Jason P. Holland wrote: [...] Why would it behave this way? Appearently full PNG support is uneven in browsers. i could use jpg, but i like the quality of png better. And JPEG doesn't support any transparency. If you want fading to backgroud, you are basically out of

Re: [Gimp-user] transparency with png

2001-03-12 Thread Seth Burgess
There's a couple of scripts that take a background color (or layer) and make a thin halo around your transparent image. This won't make a smooth gradient, but if you have some idea what your background is going to be it looks great. Even against a patterned background the human eye is quite

[Gimp-user] Re: [Gimp-developer] Not happens gimp color pictures !!!

2001-03-13 Thread VosSedai
off topic Can tell summer is getting close, we're even getting reruns in the mailing list :)/off topic Sorry for poor humor couldnt resist. cheers Vossedai "In real life, the hardest aspect of the battle between good and evil. is determining which is which." George RR Martin

[Gimp-user] no output after install of plug-ins

2001-03-14 Thread Jim Lane
Hi, All I think I must be missing something regarding plug-ins. I just installed, or tried to install, guash and the adaptive contrast enhancement on GIMP 1.2.1 under AIX 4.3.3. the install, using GIMPTOOL, seemed to work OK. the plug-ins show up on the selection menus where they should be.

[Gimp-user] Palette / Index Covert Question

2001-03-14 Thread Carol Spears
I am unable to convert an RGB image into an indexed image using a palette with more than 256 colors. It didn't work with my palette of ~350 colors (DMC floss RGB equivalents) and it also didn't work with the visibone palette (the bigger one). Is this something that I should have expected?

Re: [Gimp-user] display and xv

2001-03-15 Thread VosSedai
Sorry but I also find it curious as Ive never had any problem viewing Gimp generated JPGs in XV, EE, or any other external viewer. No help I know but an addendum to other answers. cheers good luck VosVuur "In real life, the hardest aspect of the battle between good and evil. is determining

[Gimp-user] Re: Gimp at the Linuxtag 2001

2001-03-15 Thread Jens Finke
On Wed, 14 Mar 2001, Simon Budig wrote: Unfortunately I am not able to organize a Gimp booth at the Linuxtag 2001 (see www.linuxtag.de). I will present a talk about scripting and plugin-programming, but the work for the booth is too much for me this year. Since Linuxtag is the biggest

Re: [Gimp-user] transparency with png

2001-03-15 Thread Uwe Koloska
Am Montag, 12. Mrz 2001 21:59 hast du geschrieben: If you want fading to backgroud, you are basically out of luck until PNGs are more fully supported. (GIFs don't work because it only has transparency on or off, no fading). What I now do is have a GIMP XCF file with the "top" layer fading

[Gimp-user] transparent gifs

2001-03-16 Thread Johannes Zellner
Hi, how can I get transparency in gif (w/o giftrans) ? Suppose the following simple scenario: - two layers in RGB: 1) some 'objects' with transparent background 2) background layer with solid color, e.g. #ff now I'd like to simply merge the two layers and save the result as gif with

[Gimp-user] a question about shapes

2001-03-16 Thread Michael Pearce
i've just migrated to the gimp after having used photoshop for quite some time. I use it mainly for a comic i make. In photoshop, i could create a speech bubble object by making it into a path with teh bezier pen tool and saving that as a custom shape. I could then load it into a new image and

Re: [Gimp-user] a question about shapes

2001-03-16 Thread Nigel
There is a balloon script out there, I downloaded it not so long ago just to see what it does, it looks like it might be what you are asking for. I got it from http://technoid.xodox.com/ or at least I think I did, can't be sure as the site seems to be down right now. Nigel

[Gimp-user] Re: [Gimp-developer] Gimp at the Linuxtag 2001

2001-03-16 Thread Tom Rathborne
Simon; On Wed, Mar 14, 2001 at 06:24:19PM +0100, Simon Budig wrote: Unfortunately I am not able to organize a Gimp booth at the Linuxtag 2001 (see www.linuxtag.de). I will present a talk about scripting and plugin-programming, but the work for the booth is too much for me this year. Since

Re: [Gimp-user] a question about shapes

2001-03-16 Thread Nigel
Whoops wrong technoid url try: http://www.technoid.f2s.com/technoid/technoid.php?nav=balloon ___ Gimp-user mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.xcf.berkeley.edu/mailman/listinfo/gimp-user

[Gimp-user] Re: [Gimp-developer] Gimp at the Linuxtag 2001

2001-03-16 Thread Marc Lehmann
On Fri, Mar 16, 2001 at 01:16:28PM -0500, Tom Rathborne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If this is not possible I'd like to ask, if there is a Gnome booth and if they would mind sharing a booth with us. I'm pretty busy these days, and of course I am in Canada, so I don't I'll also come for sure

[Gimp-user] Digimarc

2001-03-17 Thread N. Emons
Does any know of a plugin from Digimarc for GIMP, there are various ones but all for Windows systems. Or is there a Linux program that can protect copy-right by means of a watermark. ___ Gimp-user mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [Gimp-user] a question about shapes

2001-03-18 Thread Ben Logan
Hi, Michael. After you've created your path, right-click on the image and click "Layers", and then "Layers, Channels Paths...". Then click on the "Paths" tab in the dialog that comes up. (Actually, I find it much easier to work with paths if you have this dialog up to begin with. I almost

[Gimp-user] stock ticker applet

2001-03-19 Thread Wandered Inn
Just installed the stock ticker applet. When I pull up the properties window and attempt to add a stock to the the list of tracked stocks, I can put the stock symbol in the window, but the 'appli' and 'ok' buttons stay greyed. I can change other items on the window and then select okay or

Re: [Gimp-user] Using a gradient as a background

2001-03-20 Thread Miguel Angel Nacenta Sanchez
Hello Keith I think the problem is that you cannot create a new image directly with a gradient background. You must paint the gradient in the background after creating the image. I would do the following: 1.Create the image 2.Select all the background

Re: [Gimp-user] Using a gradient as a background

2001-03-20 Thread Keith Christian
Hi Carol, Miguel; Thanks, but the steps including and after #3 do not work on my version of Gimp (1.1.25.) In #3, double clicking the gradient shows a dialog box titled "Gradient Selection" with an "Edit" and "Close" button. I tried click-dragging the listed gradient to the image, no luck. In

[Gimp-user] Re: Using a gradient as a background

2001-03-20 Thread Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (2001-03-20 at 1601.25 -0800): I don't get a "gradient fill" option when double clicking the bucket. The most I get is solid color fill. Bucket? Who said bucket? Gradient tool is "square with a gradient from black to white, left to right" (damn icons, another demo of "word

Re: [Gimp-user] Using a gradient as a background

2001-03-20 Thread Alex
Hi! In #3, double clicking the gradient shows a dialog box titled "Gradient Selection" with an "Edit" and "Close" button. You should make only one click on the choosed gradient to select it. After that, you can safely close "Gradient Selection" box. Then, among the usual tools, select "Fill"

Re: [Gimp-user] Using a gradient as a background

2001-03-20 Thread Carol Spears
Miguel Angel Nacenta Sanchez wrote: 1.Create the image 2.Select all the background layer (right click on the image, choose select-all) 3.Select your chosen gradient from the gradient dialog 4.Double click on the color gradient tool 5.Select

Re: [Gimp-user] Using a gradient as a background

2001-03-21 Thread Alex
Hi! I'm very sorry, that I misleads you :( Tools, which you need looks like blended square (usually next to the bucket). All other instructions are still valid. You can choose type of gradient there; open "Blend" drop-down list and select "Custom Gradient" to use the gradient, choosed by

Re: [Gimp-user] beginning with The Gimp

2001-03-20 Thread Jeff Trefftzs
The usual answer to questions like this is to suggest using ImageMagic instead. The convert command in ImageMagick is probably just what you want, rather than the overhead of firing up the whole Gimp. That said, the coverage of batch mode is really sparse. Question for the list: has

Re: [Gimp-user] Using a gradient as a background

2001-03-21 Thread Keith Christian
Hi Alex, You did not mislead me, I should have typed 'gradient tool' instead of 'bucket'. Things are a little hectic and I got ahead of myself. I'll keep trying. ===Keith - Original Message - From: "Alex" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: "Keith Christian" [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[Gimp-user] Scaling a path

2001-03-22 Thread Ben Logan
Hi, Is it possible to resize a path by dragging? One time I was able to do so by converting the path to a selection and then using the transform tool. However, I couldn't get it to work every time. Also, the "Show Path" checkbox in the transform tool's options dialog didn't show the path. I

[Gimp-user] suscribe

2001-03-22 Thread Wehrung remy
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[Gimp-user] ghostscript, not ghostview

2001-03-22 Thread Miles O'Neal
Sorry, in the last message I meant ghostscript - not ghostview. ___ Gimp-user mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.xcf.berkeley.edu/mailman/listinfo/gimp-user

[Gimp-user] Help with batch mode plase

2001-03-23 Thread Ryan Schuermann
I've searched high and low on the web and mailing list archives and can't seem to find detailed information on the batch mode. I have written a script-fu proggy to create an image, now I would like the ability to run this script from the command line and pass it some variables. Is this possible

[Gimp-user] gimp and dead X

2001-03-23 Thread mrweb
Hi List, I was working with a couple of images the other day, simply adjusting the tonal qualities on one of them when suddenly gimp went wild on me. Within only a few seconds my screen was filled with hundreds of task bar buttons for a multitude of new copies of the image in question. Before I

Re: [Gimp-user] gimp and dead X

2001-03-23 Thread rob
Unless you ran gimp as root there is nothing it can do that would harm your system. (With the possible exception that it could get stuck in a loop and spew out error messages untill you run out of disk space). This isn't the place for a fix but you would need to give a lot more info about the

[Gimp-user] special characters

2001-03-24 Thread Oliver Vecernik
Hi, I'm trying to input some characters not shown on the keyboard, respectively from CE character set (eg. ccaron \350 octal). Provided the font supports it, how is this achieved under the Linux version of Gimp (1.2)? Oliver ___ Gimp-user mailing list

[Gimp-user] Slicing Images

2001-03-24 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I am using the 1.2 Windows port of GIMP. I'm new to the program and to graphics manipulation in general, but I think I'm making progress. My question concerns the "multiselect" option mentioned in the GIMP User's Manual. My version of GIMP does not include this option, and I am wondering if

[Gimp-user] Re: Slicing Images

2001-03-24 Thread Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (2001-03-24 at 1755.56 -0500): My question concerns the "multiselect" option mentioned in the GIMP User's Manual. My version of GIMP does not include this option, and I am wondering if there is another way to slice up a large graphic in preparation for the web in

[Gimp-user] acecad tablet works strange

2001-03-25 Thread stefan obenauer
I am trying to use an acecat flair graphics tablet with gimp 1.2.1; it works fine in kde, but with gimp, the following problem occurs: every time I try to make a spot, for example, there automatically gets a line drawn from about the upper right corner to the cursors position. in effect, I cannot

Re: [Gimp-user] Processing the scanned textual images?

2001-04-02 Thread Michael P. Soulier
You might then consider ImageMagick. It's intended for this kind of thing, as opposed to a lot of user interaction. Mike On Mon, Apr 02, 2001 at 07:40:27PM +0300, Juhana Sadeharju wrote: Hello. I would be able to process hundrets of scanned textual images in an user friendly manner:

[Gimp-user] Commercial gimp job

2001-04-03 Thread Alexander M√ľnch
Is anyone interested in doing 2-3 small net-fu/sript-fu scriptings for commercial purpose? Of course we pay for it. Please mail me: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ___ Gimp-user mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [Gimp-user] Processing the scanned textual images?

2001-04-03 Thread Juhana Sadeharju
From: "Michael P. Soulier" [EMAIL PROTECTED] You might then consider ImageMagick. It's intended for this kind of thing, as opposed to a lot of user interaction. I still have to define __interactively__ one rectangle per image. ImageMagick cannot do it. Gimp can do what I want, but I

RE: [Gimp-user] how to unsubscribe

2001-04-03 Thread Estevez Cherie J DLVA
I am having the same problem... -Original Message- From: Nikolaj I. Potanin [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2001 9:00 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [Gimp-user] how to unsubscribe Please remove me, the unsubscribe function at

[Gimp-user] OT: Virtual Screen Resolution and XFree86 4.0.3

2001-04-03 Thread Rick Rosinski
I have successfully set up XFree86 4.0.3 with some virtual screen resolution, but I had lost lots of desktop space as compared to XFree86 3.3.6. In the past, I was able to get the mode "640x480" and a virtual resolution of 2400 x 2000 to work well with my Voodoo3 2000 AGP 16MB card. But, now

[Gimp-user] Altering comment in jpegs

2001-04-04 Thread Rick Rosinski
What is the best way to go about altering the comment string in a jpeg file? I don't want to have to open the file, edit the comment, and then save the file again, in fear of loosing more image quality. Even a command-line utility is acceptable, if GIMP doesn't have this feature. -- Rick

Re: [Gimp-user] optimizing image for internet using GiMP

2001-04-04 Thread Rupert Heesom
On 03 Apr 2001 21:53:18 -0700, Jeff Trefftzs wrote: You can reduce the image size with Image-Scale Image; you can reduce the number of colors with Image-Mode-Indexed, which allows you to set the number of colors (up to 256, I believe), specify dithering, etc. Or, you can save the image as

[Gimp-user] Q re GIMP plugins

2001-04-04 Thread Rupert Heesom
Can anyone here help with my current situation with gimp xsane? Mail to GUG forwarded to this list. -- regs rupert On 03 Apr 2001 12:40:52 -0400, Mike Porter wrote: On 3 Apr 2001, Rupert Heesom wrote: It's been a while since I've done this, and the file locations can be different -

Re: [Gimp-user] OT: shell-script for imagemagick

2001-04-05 Thread Hago Ziegler
Hi, thanks to everybody who helped - finally it works just like I want: #!/bin/bash cd /a for image in *.jpg; do /usr/X11R6/bin/convert $image tmp.bmp /usr/X11R6/bin/mogrify -geometry 300x200! tmp.bmp /usr/X11R6/bin/convert -quality 30 tmp.bmp /b/$image rm tmp.bmp done I could see no need for

[Gimp-user] Re: Altering comment in jpegs

2001-04-05 Thread Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (2001-04-05 at 1127.35 -0400): I don't think that you would loose quality in the jpeg by reopening it in the gimp, as long as the quality slider in the jpeg save dialog was set at 100%. No, I finally understood the concepts of JPEG, it does a colorspace conversion, so any

Re: [Gimp-user] optimizing image for internet using GiMP

2001-04-06 Thread Rick Rosinski
What would happen to a jpeg image if I open it up and save it at 75% quality. Reopen the image and save it again at 75%? Would there be loss to quality? Seems like it would. Once I opened a picture I saved at 75% before and saved it at 100%. The file size increased. I don't understand

Re: [Gimp-user] optimizing image for internet using GiMP

2001-04-06 Thread Teri A. Ward
Hi Rick - Can't answer most of your questions, but I do have one suggestion. When dealing with existing jpegs, or graphics that you work with in Gimp and then convert to jpegs, save a "master" copy (as RGB) in .xcf, Gimp's native format. This way you preserve all of the original quality. Then if

[Gimp-user] Re: Re: Altering comment in jpegs

2001-04-06 Thread James Smaby
I just tried out opening a jpeg with a text editor (vim), and changing the comment manually. This works fine if you make the new comment the same length as the old one. If the new comment is longer, a warning is issued when opening about extraneous bytes, and if the new comment is smaller it

Re: [Gimp-user] Re: Re: Altering comment in jpegs

2001-04-06 Thread Rick Rosinski
Thanks, James. I found wrjpgcom On Friday 06 April 2001 19:56, you wrote: I just tried out opening a jpeg with a text editor (vim), and changing the comment manually. This works fine if you make the new comment the same length as the old one. If the new comment is longer, a warning is

[Gimp-user] Rotate

2001-04-07 Thread Rick Rosinski
Am I missing something, or is GIMP really limited in the ability to rotate an image? I nice that it is only limited "right angle", 180, 360, etc. I have been saving temp images to disk and using ImageMagick's Display to do the rotating, then opening the edited file back into GIMP for further

Re: [Gimp-user] Rotate

2001-04-07 Thread Nigel
Double click on the trnsform tool. Nigel - Original Message - From: "Rick Rosinski" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: "Gimp User Group" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, April 07, 2001 2:04 PM Subject: [Gimp-user] Rotate Am I missing something, or is GIMP really limited in the ability to

Re: [Gimp-user] Rotate

2001-04-07 Thread Rick Rosinski
Found it! I see that I can use a grid and spin it around. This works great! Now, is there a way to align the rotation to a guideline? For example, I open up a scanned photo and the photo is on a white page, but the photo is crooked. I want to align the photo so it is streight. I found that

[Gimp-user] Rotate

2001-04-07 Thread Kelly Martin
On Sat, 7 Apr 2001 02:04:17 +, Rick Rosinski [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Am I missing something, or is GIMP really limited in the ability to rotate an image? I nice that it is only limited "right angle", 180, 360, etc. I have been saving temp images to disk and using ImageMagick's Display to

Re: [Gimp-user] Rotate

2001-04-07 Thread Kelly Martin
On Sat, 7 Apr 2001 04:30:46 +, Rick Rosinski [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Found it! I see that I can use a grid and spin it around. This works great! Now, is there a way to align the rotation to a guideline? For example, I open up a scanned photo and the photo is on a white page, but the

[Gimp-user] online Gimp ASP

2001-04-07 Thread Kevin Collins
Hello all- 2 or 3 years ago, someone created a Gimp powered graphics editing web-based ASP, where you could upload files and edit if you didnt have access to a system with an image editor installed but was at least net connected. I may find myself in that situation for some travel and was

[Gimp-user] Calibrating my printer

2001-04-07 Thread Remco Poelstra
Hi, Is there a way to calibrate my printer so that printed images will (almost) look the same as on my monitor? Thanks in advance, Remco Poelstra ___ Gimp-user mailing list [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://lists.xcf.berkeley.edu/mailman/listinfo/gimp-user

Re: [Gimp-user] online Gimp ASP

2001-04-07 Thread Nigel
This one maybe http://www.genroku.com/en/index.php3 Nigel - Original Message - From: "Kevin Collins" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, April 08, 2001 5:29 AM Subject: [Gimp-user] online Gimp ASP Hello all- 2 or 3 years ago, someone created a Gimp powered

[Gimp-user] re: gimp asp

2001-04-07 Thread Alexander Daskalov
http://www.flamingtext.com http://www.cooltext.com flmingtext is the first one i came across! -- ::..:ALEX:...:: -- Get your FREE Firstname email address at http://www.Firstname.com Get a FREE Cell Phone at

Re: [Gimp-user] Is there a way to control anti-aliasing degree?

2001-04-08 Thread Juhana Sadeharju
From: Ryan Schuermann [EMAIL PROTECTED] in script-fu is there a way to set or control the degree that Gimp anti-aliases text? In photoshop there are varying degrees of alias-ness and all i see in making a text layer is either true or false for aliasing. How PhotoShop actually works on this?

RE: [Gimp-user] re: gimp asp

2001-04-08 Thread Juergen Osterberg
what happened to http://www.onlinephotolab.com ,btw? Regards Juergen -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Alexander Daskalov Sent: Sunday, April 08, 2001 1:20 AM To: *GIMP mailing list Subject: [Gimp-user] re: gimp asp

[Gimp-user] Combining (two) photos with overlapping areas

2001-04-08 Thread Reiner Miericke
Hello all is there a method to build an image from two (ore more?) photos with overlapping areas? Several problems seem to be solved: - overlapping areas are not totally identical in structure - overlapping areas are different in colors due to influence of light (sun) Anywhere I have seen a

[Gimp-user] Windows Gimp Error?

2001-04-08 Thread Vivek Tyagi
Okay I just started using Gimp at a friends house today. I loved it, and so I went home and downloaded it for windows. Everything installed just fine but when I try to run it it shows the splash screen with extension_script_fu on the bottom of the start screen. Nothing else loads and then a

[Gimp-user] psd masks

2001-04-08 Thread Jason Pearce
Hi all, Just a quick question . I am trying to open a .psd with layers masks Gimp will not co-operate I get the message "PSD" This program has performed an illegal operation aand will be shut down. If the problem persists please contact your program vendor. any help with this would be

Re: [Gimp-user] Combining (two) photos with overlapping areas

2001-04-08 Thread Nigel
Check out Grokking The Gimp, section 7.5 it has an exercise in panoramas that covers the blending, alignment and colour adjustment of overlapping images. Using resynthesiser is a novel idea, would be keen to see how this might work myself. Nigel - Original Message - From: "Reiner

Re: [Gimp-user] online Gimp ASP

2001-04-08 Thread Kevin Collins
Thanks to all for all suggestions; the ones all seem to do what I will need of them. And I think Juergen's note about onlinephotolab.com was the one I was originally thinking of. Too bad they couldnt keep it running but it's nice to see the other projects out there. cheers Kevin

[Gimp-user] Calibrating my printer

2001-04-09 Thread Kelly Martin
On Sat, 7 Apr 2001 23:03:04 +0200, Remco Poelstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Hi, Is there a way to calibrate my printer so that printed images will (almost) look the same as on my monitor? The technology for doing that is patented. Kelly ___ Gimp-user

[Gimp-user] new gimp lists needed?

2001-04-09 Thread Wandered Inn
I've wondering if there has become a need to redefine the gimp user list, possibly splitting it into multiple lists. Point is, I can see a need for pure usage issues, like 'how do I do this with gimp,' verses installation problems. I assume that using gimp is pretty transparent across

Re: [Gimp-user] new gimp lists needed?

2001-04-09 Thread Zachary Beane
On Mon, Apr 09, 2001 at 07:40:26AM -0400, Wandered Inn wrote: I've wondering if there has become a need to redefine the gimp user list, possibly splitting it into multiple lists. Point is, I can see a need for pure usage issues, like 'how do I do this with gimp,' verses installation

Re: [Gimp-user] new gimp lists needed?

2001-04-09 Thread Carol Spears
Zachary Beane wrote: There is already a very active and helpful gimpwin-user list. See http://www.gimp.org/win32/ for details about joining it and checking its archives. Perhaps this url needs to be put with the others (this and the developers) at gimp.org. I had to search around to find

Re: [Gimp-user] new gimp lists needed?

2001-04-09 Thread Zachary Beane
On Mon, Apr 09, 2001 at 10:09:15AM -0400, Carol Spears wrote: Zachary Beane wrote: There is already a very active and helpful gimpwin-user list. See http://www.gimp.org/win32/ for details about joining it and checking its archives. Perhaps this url needs to be put with the others

Re: [Gimp-user] Script-fu help, problems using gimp-file-save

2001-04-09 Thread Ryan Schuermann
worked great, thanks! Ryan Jeff Trefftzs wrote: (set! layer-save (gimp-image-merge-visible-layers img EXPAND-AS-NECESSARY)) (gimp-convert-indexed img 0 2 0 0 0 "") (gimp-file-save 1 img layer-save "test.gif" "test.gif") Have you tried (gimp-file-save 1 img (car layer-save) "test.gif"

Re: [Gimp-user] Rotate

2001-04-09 Thread Nigel
Using the measure tool to determine the angle followed by the transform tool is another way to do this. Nigel the photo is crooked. I want to align the photo so it is streight. I found that using guidelines helps alot, so I can get this perfect. How can I use the rotate tool, combined

[Gimp-user] Screen Shot not working correctly on IRIX 6.5

2001-04-10 Thread David Baker
Hi Folks, I'm running Gimp 1.2.0 on IRIX 6.5 (SGI O2). When I use "Screen Shot" the colors are incorrect. For example, lets say I capture the index page of www.gimp.org. The navigation bar is a pinkish color - it's normally light blue. This applies to every colored object in the captured area,

[Gimp-user] Re: INT32 complaints

2001-04-10 Thread Carol Spears
I tried to send this to the gimp-perl list, but I can't seem to get the right address, or the list is down. Is there a user with an answer out there? Carol Spears wrote: My (first) plugin crashes on this line: plug_in_pixelize(1, $img, $draw, 10); How do I make it think that 1 and/or 10

[Gimp-user] A Financial Awakening

2001-04-10 Thread James Richardson
A Financial Awakening To my fellow entrepreneurs: Read very carefully the lines below, this can be an opportunity of a lifetime for you. This is an honest and legitimate home Business, which was created to make OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE LITTLE GUY. Your initial investments in this business are

Re: [Gimp-user] A Financial Awakening

2001-04-10 Thread VosSedai
Off topic sorry for this all but had to say something Respamming the list is _not_ the answer as spammers very rarely read the lists they bulk mail to. An answer however unsatisfiying is to write the owners of the mail server it came from. Sometimes (most) its a spoofed or illegal addy but

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