Re: Script-fu tutorial

2001-01-14 Thread Michael
Hi! Is there a tutorial/documentation for script fu programming available? A Google search offers some good links to Script-fu tutorials. Just try: http://www.google.com/search?q=gimp+script-fu+tutorial There's also a tiny introduction in Scheme (the Script-fu language) at the Gimp User

Re: Script-fu: Burn-In V1.9 is out

2000-08-28 Thread Roland Berger (EED)
Carl-Johan Sveningsson wrote: Hi. It's a great nice plugin, Thanks! but 1.9 won't work at all for me. I don't know, is my gimp (1.1.25) weird or what's wrong? No, but as I have stated, V1.9 is (only) for Gimp 1.0. The error is typical for Gimp 1.1 (and there are a lot more "errors" if

Re: Script-fu: Burn-In V1.9 is out

2000-08-27 Thread Carl-Johan Sveningsson
Hi. It's a great nice plugin, but 1.9 won't work at all for me. When I tried to shut off fadeout in the old version, this happened too, but now it won't work at all. I don't know, is my gimp (1.1.25) weird or what's wrong? Anyway, the error I get is: Script-Fu Error ERROR: unbound variable

Re: Script-fu crashes - with ICQ

2000-07-20 Thread Rebecca Jean Pedersen
what icq are you using? i have icqjava and have never had a problem.

Re: Script-fu crashes - with ICQ

2000-07-20 Thread Hago Ziegler
Hi, what icq are you using? I don't know, it's on Win98. Hago

Re: Script-fu crashes - with ICQ

2000-07-20 Thread Hago Ziegler
Hi, once more, what icq are you using? i have icqjava and have never had a problem. Do you run it on a Linux machine? I didn't know, that this is possible. Hago

Re: Script-fu crashes - with ICQ

2000-07-20 Thread Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero
Does somebody know about a possibility to separate these two things, without uninstalling ICQ? Change the extension association, whatever the way that is done now (my last Windows is NT with plain Explorer). I suppose (but I dunno) that Gimp will be able to live with that. I would ask the Win32

Re: Script-fu crashes

2000-07-20 Thread Alan Buxey
hi, On Thu, 20 Jul 2000, clemensF wrote: Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero: Did you tried the SUBmarine tactic? Alt+SysReq+S (sync disks), wait until windows? linux? frebsd? this is Linux - but only if the SysReq function has been compiled into the kernel options (when

Re: Script-fu crashes

2000-07-20 Thread Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero
it via /proc, so check you have compiled and enabled). FreeBSD, if not does something like that, should too (in the same way that Linux and FreeBSD share the idea of virtual consoles, which is great). FreeBSD doesn't need that, as it doesn't crash nearly as often as linux ;- I never have used

Re: Script-fu crashes

2000-07-19 Thread clemensF
Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero: Did you tried the SUBmarine tactic? Alt+SysReq+S (sync disks), wait until windows? linux? frebsd? clemens

Re: Script-fu crashes - with ICQ

2000-07-19 Thread Hago Ziegler
Hi all, I read several times about script-fu to crash because of "nobody knows". 4 days ago I installed ICQ and since then my script-fus are crashing too. Not all the time, but sometimes. The reason: ICQ uses *.SCM as a fileending. Any music files, but without them, ICQ doesn't work. I just

Re: Script-fu crashes

2000-07-17 Thread Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero
Some details to add to what Marc said: I've had 3 random freezes of the keyboard upon startx, with the monitor going black and the only way out a hard reboot. I've fiddled about with fsck (and been yelled at by German geeks for doing that) but something seems to always work to get it back. Not

Re: Script-fu crashes

2000-07-16 Thread Marc Lehmann
On Sun, Jul 16, 2000 at 09:19:09PM -0600, Kate [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I recently began using the gimp - version 1.1.7, as it came with the SuSE 6.2 distribution (a stripped down, 1 cd version of 6.2, it appears) Try upgrading to a recent development version of gimp, 1.1.7 is YEARS old. Is

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: script-fu-selection-round only with restart?

2000-06-15 Thread Alan Buxey
hi, The strange thing here is, that I can call this script once (it just gives me a white image with a rounded selection), but when I call this script again, I get the error message: Script-Fu Error ERROR: Procedural database execution failed: (gimp_selection_bounds 0) Only when I

Re: script-fu-selection-round only with restart?

2000-06-15 Thread Thomas Stolt
Alan, thanks very much! However, I need a little "fill in" on this: First, I think you are right, when I let the first picture open, the fu-selection-round works still on the first picture. Only when I close the first one, I will get the error. But how do I get around it? And which "0"

Re: script-fu prog for tutorial

2000-06-07 Thread Mike Markowski
Hi all, One more quick note on the script-fu function that follows a tutorial (more info at URL below). I have been urged to link to the file from a web page rather than just point to the file itself. So, please use http://udel.edu/~mm/gimp/ to get to my rather measly gimp page...

Re: script-fu prog for tutorial

2000-06-06 Thread Alan Buxey
Hi, I've just finished writing a Scheme script-fu program that mostly follows along with the tutorial at http://www.gimp.org/tut-sum1.html I discovered that script-fu is easy, but finding documentation isn't. To that end, I've tried to thoroughly comment my program at

Re: script-fu: applying a mask

2000-06-06 Thread Marc Lehmann
On Tue, Jun 06, 2000 at 11:03:58AM -0400, Mike Markowski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What are the Scheme calls to apply a mask to its layer? the pdb call you want is gimp_image_remove_layer_mask -- -==- | ==-- _

Re: Script Fu ?

2000-05-10 Thread alex
Hi, Per Pettersson wrote: Hi all! I am kinda new to the gimp and I wonder how do I install Script-Fu's, and if that is possible. If it is, where can I find them for download? You can either use 'gimptool' command: $gimptool --install-script your script name or simple copy script to

Re: script-fu developers ?

2000-04-07 Thread Ingo Ruhnke
"Christian Schlange" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Is this list the right place for discussions about script-fu-development (in scheme and perl) ? Jupp. -- ICQ: 59461927http://pingus.seul.org | Ingo Ruhnke [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: script-fu developers ?

2000-04-06 Thread Marc Lehmann
On Wed, Apr 05, 2000 at 02:27:57PM +0200, Christian Schlange [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, Is this list the right place for discussions about script-fu-development (in scheme and perl) ? Yes, although you cannot do script-fu development in perl yet ;) -- -==-

Re: Script-Fu beginner...

2000-03-31 Thread Fábio Sato
Hi Christian, --- . . . Then you get a reference to the active layer, called drawable ... You simple pass 'drawable' to all the functions then. Was this your problem ? --- Ok, this works if you work interactively, when you open the files by yourself and right click on the image and select

Re: script-fu dialogs

2000-03-12 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
thanks that would do it. s@m

Re: script-fu dialogs

2000-03-11 Thread Ingo Ruhnke
"s@m" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: i made a script that saves an image giving it the filename. now i want it to either: 1- remember the last filename i typed 2- give me the SAVE dialog 3- have a mecanism to pass a path as a layer name for example. Something like this will give you at least

Re: Script-fu

2000-02-03 Thread Stephan Skrodzki
Is it possible to call a bash-script from within a Script-Fu script. I Don't know, about the scheme Script-Fu, but when you're working with gimp perl, this should be no problem. Regards Steve

Re: Script-Fu from Perl-Fu?

2000-01-27 Thread Stephan Skrodzki
GIMP version 1.1.11 ^^^ that version is waay old it already has a long beard! please try a slightly newer one, and most probably everything I said becomes more true. Yeah, now, after upgrading to 1.1.14 ... all you said came true: Gimp crashes :-) Does this just happen with gimp-perl

Re: Script-Fu from Perl-Fu?

2000-01-27 Thread Kelly Lynn Martin
On Thu, 27 Jan 2000 11:35:22 +0100, Stephan Skrodzki [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Yeah, now, after upgrading to 1.1.14 ... all you said came true: Gimp crashes :-) Maybe you should try 1.1.15, which is the most recent developer's release. :) Kelly

Re: Script-Fu from Perl-Fu?

2000-01-25 Thread Marc Lehmann
On Mon, Jan 24, 2000 at 04:39:01PM +0100, Stephan Skrodzki [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This is the result I get then: marly-text-button: function/macro "script_fu_drop_shadow" not found in Gimp at /home/skrodzki/.gimp-1.1/plug-ins/marly-text-button line 39 (ERROR) You need to import the

Re: Script-Fu from Perl-Fu?

2000-01-25 Thread Marc Lehmann
On Tue, Jan 25, 2000 at 04:25:31PM +0100, Stephan Skrodzki [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Gimp-script_fu_drop_shadow(0,$unsel_lay,8,8,15,"black",60,1); But still the same result, the script isn't found... Which version of gimp are you using, btw? If it's 1.0, then it indeed is named

Re: Script-Fu from Perl-Fu?

2000-01-25 Thread Stephan Skrodzki
On Tue, Jan 25, 2000 at 04:25:31PM +0100, Stephan Skrodzki [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Gimp-script_fu_drop_shadow(0,$unsel_lay,8,8,15,"black",60,1); But still the same result, the script isn't found... Which version of gimp are you using, btw? If it's 1.0, then it indeed is named

Re: Script-Fu from Perl-Fu?

2000-01-25 Thread Marc Lehmann
On Wed, Jan 26, 2000 at 12:27:20AM +0100, Stephan Skrodzki [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: GIMP version 1.1.11 ^^^ that version is waay old it already has a long beard! please try a slightly newer one, and most probably everything I said becomes more true. -- -==-

Re: Script-Fu from Perl-Fu?

2000-01-24 Thread Stephan Skrodzki
I'd like to use a Script-Fu script from within gimp-perl a Gimp tells me: script-fu-drop-shadow(0,$unsel_lay,8,8,15,"black",60,1); You are trying to subtract "shadow" from "drop" from "fu" from "script". If you use a recent gimp version, then just use underscores

Re: Script-Fu from Perl-Fu?

2000-01-24 Thread Kelly Lynn Martin
On Sun, 23 Jan 2000 18:43:03 +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Stephan Skrodzki) said: Howdy, I'd like to use a Script-Fu script from within gimp-perl a Gimp tells me: function/macro "shadow" not found in Gimp at /home/skrodzki/.gimp-1.1/plug-ins/marly-text-button line 39 (ERROR) And excerpt of the

Re: Script-Fu from Perl-Fu?

2000-01-23 Thread Marc Lehmann
On Sun, Jan 23, 2000 at 06:43:03PM +0100, Stephan Skrodzki [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Howdy, I'd like to use a Script-Fu script from within gimp-perl a Gimp tells me: script-fu-drop-shadow(0,$unsel_lay,8,8,15,"black",60,1); You are trying to subtract "shadow" from "drop" from "fu" from

Re: script-fu

2000-01-20 Thread Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero
in chapter 38 of the "Gimp User Manual" I found an example for how to do a Script-fu. For the beginning I copied the example-script to /root/.gimp-1.1/scripts/ , made "refresh" and tried to find it in the DB Browser. But there was nothing. I copied it also to /usr/local/share/gimp/scripts/, with

Re: script-fu examples

2000-01-18 Thread Carl-Johan Sveningsson
I've followed the various links from gimp.org to the various script-fu sites. Many are non-existent or broken. I'm trying to find out how I can create a simple batch script. All I need to do is rotate some images 90 degrees. But, it's about 150 images and for obvious reasons, a

Re: script-fu examples

2000-01-18 Thread Wandered Inn
Thanks, worked like a charm. Carl-Johan Sveningsson wrote: I've followed the various links from gimp.org to the various script-fu sites. Many are non-existent or broken. I'm trying to find out how I can create a simple batch script. All I need to do is rotate some images 90 degrees.

Re: script-fu examples

2000-01-18 Thread Wandered Inn
Actually, I mis-spoke. It did not work. convert complains: convert: Missing an image file name [No such file or directory] Using 'convert -rotate 90 14.jpeg' and 14.jpeg is in the current directory. Suggestions?? Carl-Johan Sveningsson wrote: I've followed the various links from

Re: Script-fu and gimp-1.1.11

1999-11-28 Thread Carl-Johan Sveningsson
It's not just you. I have it too, at least with my own scripts... Someone know what it's about? /WoC On Mon, 22 Nov 1999, alex wrote: Hi all, Is it just me, or does gimp-1.1.13 break some parts of script-fu? Things like the excellent wax-text and wax-seal scripts don't work any more, with

Re: Script-fu and gimp-1.1.11

1999-11-28 Thread nigel
There was some discussion on the developers list about undo that you may want to take a look at. However I dont know if it answers your question as Im not a programmer and therefor dont understand what there on about. http://www.mail-archive.com/gimp-developer%40scam.xcf.berkeley.edu/ As for

Re: Script-fu and gimp-1.1.11

1999-11-28 Thread Marc Lehmann
On Sun, Nov 28, 1999 at 09:04:18PM +0100, Carl-Johan Sveningsson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It's not just you. I have it too, at least with my own scripts... Someone know what it's about? Yes, many functions have been renamed to be more consistent (e.g. gimp_image_disable_undo is now