Re: [Gimp-user] How to install gimp plugins, scripts?

2011-02-20 Thread Kevin Cozens
Leonard Evens wrote:
 I just installed Fedora 14

Wow! Fedora is up to version 14 now? It didn't seem that long ago that 11 
came out.

 I found instructions to do Filtersscript-fuRefresh Scripts.
 
 That produced the following message.
 
 Plug-in script-fu
 (/usr/lib64/gimp/2.0/plug-ins/script-fu)
 attempted to register the menu item Image/Filters/Combine for
 procedure script-fu-pandora-combine.
 The menu label given in gimp_install_procedure() already contained a
 path.  To make this work, pass just the menu's label to
 gimp_install_procedure().

You are dealing with an old script that hasn't been updated for use with a 
recent version of GIMP. One option is to ask the author to update the 
script. The other is to fix it yourself.

Scripts no longer include the menu path in the register block and it has 
been this way for quite some time. The register block is now used to state 
the label for the menu entry and a menu_register block has the path that 
indicates where the menu entry is to appear.

Look at the other Script-Fu scripts which ship with GIMP to see how to set 
up the register blocks correctly.
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Re: [Gimp-user] How to install gimp plugins, scripts?

2011-02-20 Thread Leonard Evens
On Sun, 2011-02-20 at 11:04 -0500, Kevin Cozens wrote:
 Leonard Evens wrote:
  I just installed Fedora 14
 
 Wow! Fedora is up to version 14 now? It didn't seem that long ago that 11 
 came out.
 
  I found instructions to do Filtersscript-fuRefresh Scripts.
  
  That produced the following message.
  
  Plug-in script-fu
  (/usr/lib64/gimp/2.0/plug-ins/script-fu)
  attempted to register the menu item Image/Filters/Combine for
  procedure script-fu-pandora-combine.
  The menu label given in gimp_install_procedure() already contained a
  path.  To make this work, pass just the menu's label to
  gimp_install_procedure().
 
 You are dealing with an old script that hasn't been updated for use with a 
 recent version of GIMP. One option is to ask the author to update the 
 script. The other is to fix it yourself.

I think I have asked the author to update it.

Can you give me more information about how to fix it myself.

I think I am having the same problem with the exposure blend plugin.

 
 Scripts no longer include the menu path in the register block and it has 
 been this way for quite some time. The register block is now used to state 
 the label for the menu entry and a menu_register block has the path that 
 indicates where the menu entry is to appear.
 
 Look at the other Script-Fu scripts which ship with GIMP to see how to set 
 up the register blocks correctly.
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Re: [Gimp-user] How to install gimp plugins, scripts?

2011-02-20 Thread Leonard Evens
On Sun, 2011-02-20 at 13:57 +1100, Owen wrote:
  I've been using gimp under different versions of Fedora Linux for
  years.
  I just installed Fedora 14 on a new computer with all the accompanying
  gimp packages I could think of.  I think I included essentially all of
  them.
 
  But I seem to be having problems finding things.
 
  1.  I downloaded the Exposure Blend Plugin.  I put it in my
  personal .gimp-2.6/plug-ins directory.   The instructions say I can
  find
  it by going to
  [Toolbox]/Xtns/Photography/Exposure Blend...
 
  I can't find Xtns in the toolbox.  Where should I look for it?
 
  2.  I downloaded pandora-combine-0.9.3.scm and put it as instructed in
  my personal .gimp-2.6/scripts directory.   But I can't find it in
  gimp.
 
  I suppose I'm just being stupid, but I've used pandora before, so this
  is rather frustrating.
 
 
 
 
 Extns haven't been in the Toolbox for years now afaict.
 
 I just had a look at that script and it shows
 
 (script-fu-menu-register script-fu-pandora-combine
   _Image/Filters/Combine)
 
 
 
 So did you look Image-Filters-Combine?


Yes I did.  It isn't there.  And nothing I do managed to put it there.

I think that is where it was in my earlier versions of gimp.

 
 
 
 


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[Gimp-user] How to install gimp plugins, scripts?

2011-02-19 Thread Leonard Evens
I've been using gimp under different versions of Fedora Linux for years.
I just installed Fedora 14 on a new computer with all the accompanying
gimp packages I could think of.  I think I included essentially all of
them.

But I seem to be having problems finding things.

1.  I downloaded the Exposure Blend Plugin.  I put it in my
personal .gimp-2.6/plug-ins directory.   The instructions say I can find
it by going to 
[Toolbox]/Xtns/Photography/Exposure Blend...

I can't find Xtns in the toolbox.  Where should I look for it?

2.  I downloaded pandora-combine-0.9.3.scm and put it as instructed in
my personal .gimp-2.6/scripts directory.   But I can't find it in gimp.

I suppose I'm just being stupid, but I've used pandora before, so this
is rather frustrating.
-- 
Leonard Evens l...@math.northwestern.edu
Professor Emeritus, Department of Mathematics, Northwestern University

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Re: [Gimp-user] How to install gimp plugins, scripts?

2011-02-19 Thread Alexandre Prokoudine
On 2/20/11, Leonard Evens wrote:

 2.  I downloaded pandora-combine-0.9.3.scm and put it as instructed in
 my personal .gimp-2.6/scripts directory.   But I can't find it in gimp.

Help  Plug-in Browser

Start typing Pandora and you'll see where it is

Alexandre Prokoudine
http://libregraphicsworld.org
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Re: [Gimp-user] How to install gimp plugins, scripts?

2011-02-19 Thread Owen
 I've been using gimp under different versions of Fedora Linux for
 years.
 I just installed Fedora 14 on a new computer with all the accompanying
 gimp packages I could think of.  I think I included essentially all of
 them.

 But I seem to be having problems finding things.

 1.  I downloaded the Exposure Blend Plugin.  I put it in my
 personal .gimp-2.6/plug-ins directory.   The instructions say I can
 find
 it by going to
 [Toolbox]/Xtns/Photography/Exposure Blend...

 I can't find Xtns in the toolbox.  Where should I look for it?

 2.  I downloaded pandora-combine-0.9.3.scm and put it as instructed in
 my personal .gimp-2.6/scripts directory.   But I can't find it in
 gimp.

 I suppose I'm just being stupid, but I've used pandora before, so this
 is rather frustrating.




Extns haven't been in the Toolbox for years now afaict.

I just had a look at that script and it shows

(script-fu-menu-register script-fu-pandora-combine
  _Image/Filters/Combine)



So did you look Image-Filters-Combine?




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Owen

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Re: [Gimp-user] How to install gimp plugins, scripts?

2011-02-19 Thread Leonard Evens
On Sat, 2011-02-19 at 19:08 -0600, Leonard Evens wrote:
 I've been using gimp under different versions of Fedora Linux for years.
 I just installed Fedora 14 on a new computer with all the accompanying
 gimp packages I could think of.  I think I included essentially all of
 them.
 
 But I seem to be having problems finding things.
 
 1.  I downloaded the Exposure Blend Plugin.  I put it in my
 personal .gimp-2.6/plug-ins directory.   The instructions say I can find
 it by going to 
 [Toolbox]/Xtns/Photography/Exposure Blend...
 
 I can't find Xtns in the toolbox.  Where should I look for it?
 
 2.  I downloaded pandora-combine-0.9.3.scm and put it as instructed in
 my personal .gimp-2.6/scripts directory.   But I can't find it in gimp.
 
 I suppose I'm just being stupid, but I've used pandora before, so this
 is rather frustrating.

I found instructions to do Filtersscript-fuRefresh Scripts.

That produced the following message.

Plug-in script-fu
(/usr/lib64/gimp/2.0/plug-ins/script-fu)
attempted to register the menu item Image/Filters/Combine for
procedure script-fu-pandora-combine.
The menu label given in gimp_install_procedure() already contained a
path.  To make this work, pass just the menu's label to
gimp_install_procedure().



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