Re: Pixels

1999-10-12 Thread Andrew Kieschnick
the image to fill 100% of the page. You can set this to whatever value you like (in percent or in pixels per inch) with the scaling control in the print dialog. later, Andrew Kieschnick

Re: transparent background

1999-10-24 Thread Andrew Kieschnick
On Sun, 24 Oct 1999, Amy Abascal wrote: Yes, don't just delete the background and save the image on a transparent background. The image will not have anything to dither with and will therefore be "ragged". Instead, 1. Set your background color to a color that matches (or closely

Re: selection+-

2000-01-14 Thread Andrew Kieschnick
On Fri, 14 Jan 2000, Thierry Michalowski wrote: Maybe you should take into account that "reinstall your ***" is _not_ a solution . This is even more true if the *** is as large a package as KDE! If the problem is caused by a BUG is your ***, then its a solution, and the selection problem

Re: Cheap Machine for Gimp?

2000-01-14 Thread Andrew Kieschnick
On 14 Jan 2000, Rui-Tao Dong wrote: My question is what is the minimal machine configuration for Gimp to work reasonably fast? What CPU, how much RAM, what video card (to drive a 21" Hitachi at 1600x1200)? Does it make a big difference if my home (where gimpswap resides) is local instead

Re: selection+-

2000-01-15 Thread Andrew Kieschnick
On Sat, 15 Jan 2000, Kelly Lynn Martin wrote: On Fri, 14 Jan 2000 07:53:31 -0600 (CST), Andrew Kieschnick [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: If the problem is caused by a BUG is your ***, then its a solution, and the selection problem is caused by buggy window managers. I know kwm and icewm both

Re: rpm's?

2001-01-11 Thread Andrew Kieschnick
/gimp-data-extras - you should find both the binary packages and the source there. later, Andrew Kieschnick

Unoffical Gimp 1.2 packages for Debian Potato

2001-01-13 Thread Andrew Kieschnick
I have built Gimp 1.2 packages for Debian Potato systems that have Ximian Gnome installed (Ximian was formerly known as Helix Code). I've put a link to the Ximian installation directions (really just a line to add to /etc/apt/sources.list) up along with the gimp 1.2 packages at:

Re: Gimp Build

2001-01-19 Thread Andrew Kieschnick
On Fri, 19 Jan 2001, Jonathan Gift wrote: If you know a way, please share. If not, Ximian is thataway. Once you've installed the Ximian Gnome packages, you should be able to build Gimp 1.2 (assuming you install the Ximian -dev packages) on potato. later, Andrew

Re: Gimp Build

2001-01-19 Thread Andrew Kieschnick
On Fri, 19 Jan 2001, Jonathan Gift wrote: Um, interesting. But I haven't installed Ximian and I don't intend to. If it was just Perl, it's one thing. I have a nasty feeling that once I upgraded perl, it would be something else. If someone has successfully done it against potato then I'd

Re: Gimp Build

2001-01-19 Thread Andrew Kieschnick
On Fri, 19 Jan 2001, Jonathan Gift wrote: Ximian doesn't, compiling does. I thought we were talking about that. It's why I didn't compile but got the Ximian package. It required gimp and a few new files. That was it. I am talking about compiling it. I built all the Woody Gimp 1.2 packages

Re: Lame assistance with PNG Compression

2001-01-24 Thread Andrew Kieschnick
On Thu, 25 Jan 2001, Mick Raynes wrote: cameras with different settings. Our aim would be to reduce the original jpg 1000 by 1000 and 120kb (as an eg) to a png 500 by 500 and about 30kb. As an example we have posted an original jpg image on the net at

RE: Lame assistance with PNG Compression

2001-01-24 Thread Andrew Kieschnick
On Thu, 25 Jan 2001, Mick Raynes wrote: Thanks Andrew. With indexing we can reduce them to around 70kb? Any other suggestions then for compression of those images to around 30kb which we can use the gd library or imagemagick to convert to thumbnails? You can reduce them quite a bit by