Re: [offtopic] help! i want to get on!

2000-07-14 Thread Lenka Otap
You don't mean this list do you? Seems to me like you are subscribed to this list :) Lenka. On Thu, 13 Jul 2000, Pete Toscano wrote: hello, this may sound kind of weird (hey, so am i! =;), but i have been trying to subscribe to this list for a week now. i've sent in a couple subscribe

GAP

2000-07-14 Thread Andrew J Fortune
Hi, I currently have GIMP v1.1.24, and I am unable to find the AnimFrames option on the menu that appears when I right-click on the image. I have seen a couple of good tutorials on the Net regarding using this tool, and would like to use it. Can someone tell me what I need to do to get this

How to install GIMP.

2000-07-14 Thread Marcel Olrichs
Hello, I heard some good news about GIMP. So I downloaded the files. But how do I install the program!? Lots of technical bla bla on the GIMP site, but some kind of user (you know, people who want to use software without being bored with techie talk) friendly installation program is nowhere to

Re: How to install GIMP.

2000-07-14 Thread Lenka Otap
Marcel, Are you using linux or windows? Lenka. On Fri, 14 Jul 2000, Marcel Olrichs wrote: Hello, I heard some good news about GIMP. So I downloaded the files. But how do I install the program!? Lots of technical bla bla on the GIMP site, but some kind of user (you know, people who want

Re: How to install GIMP.

2000-07-14 Thread Ben Frantzdale
It installs no differently (basicly) than any other unix software. You can install it from source or you can also install it from RPM or whatever the package type is for your system. Once it installed you can just run ``gimp'' from the command line. --Ben On Fri, 14 Jul 2000, Marcel Olrichs

Re: Wow! The Resynthesizer

2000-07-14 Thread James Smaby
I am actually using resynthesizer right now, and while I'm dissapointed as to its speed (um, can we say days to render?), the output is generally very nice and seems stable (at least on my x86 box). I recently emailed the maintainer to ask if it is supposed to be as slow as I am getting it. I

Re: Wow! The Resynthesizer

2000-07-14 Thread kelly
On Fri, 14 Jul 2000 10:31:17 -0700, Alex Harford [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~pfh/resynthesizer/ Has anybody on the list tried this plug-in? I'm at work right now so I can't try it, but I am going to as soon as I get home. Basically it is for removing things from

Script-fu...

2000-07-14 Thread Debian Linux User
Hi, First, sorry about my poor english, I am brazilian. I am trying to develop a game, called Evolution (http://evolution.sourceforge.net). I need much sprites to do this game, and the images need to be in a specific format. Each sprite is a file that store the image of a unit (a man, a car, a

Re: Script-fu...

2000-07-14 Thread Marc Lehmann
On Fri, Jul 14, 2000 at 06:10:16PM -0300, Debian Linux User [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, (http://www.blender.nl), witch saves each frame in a diferent file. All frames have the same size. I need to load all N images and (where N is a number I don't know) and make, with them, a single one.

Re: Script-fu...

2000-07-14 Thread Debian Linux User
Oh my! So simple? Linux is the paradise! Thank you very much Marc Lehmann wrote: Instead of using Gimp, use ImageMagick and a command like this: convert +append img1.ppm img2.ppm img3.ppm result.ppm -- -==- | ==-- _

Re: photo retouch

2000-07-14 Thread Marc Lehmann
On Wed, Jul 12, 2000 at 09:19:51AM -0500, Nikolai Vladychevski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I also found some info on interpolation, it says it is usefull only for line art: Which probably means they didn't knew what interpolation actually is... ;) -- -==-

Re: Wow! The Resynthesizer

2000-07-14 Thread Jon Winters
Alex Harford wrote: http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~pfh/resynthesizer/ I downloaded, read the README, and installed Resynth is nowhere to be found?! HELP! I'm using the latest developer edition of gimp on a RedHat 6.2 box with Helix. (but Gimp is not the Helix gimp, I compiled it)

Re: Wow! The Resynthesizer

2000-07-14 Thread James Smaby
I downloaded, read the README, and installed Resynth is nowhere to be found?! Should turn up in image/filters/map/resynthesize -James Smaby