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Problem with pandora script resolved Leonard Evens 21 Feb 23:45
  Problem with pandora script resolved Akkana Peck 22 Feb 04:37
   Problem with pandora script resolved Leonard Evens 22 Feb 15:42
    Problem with pandora script resolved Leonard Evens 22 Feb 18:06
     Problem with pandora script resolved Leonard Evens 23 Feb 00:24
Leonard Evens
2011-02-21 23:45:52 UTC (over 3 years ago)

Problem with pandora script resolved

I had previously posted something saying I had trouble installing the script
pandora-combine-0.9.3.scm
under gimp 2.6.11 running under Fedora 14.

To see the resolution of this problem look at

/registry.gimp.org/node/25080

which includes my statement of the problem and a solution.

It would be nice if someone made a fix to the script at its website.

Akkana Peck
2011-02-22 04:37:50 UTC (over 3 years ago)

Problem with pandora script resolved

Leonard Evens writes:

I had previously posted something saying I had trouble installing the script
pandora-combine-0.9.3.scm
under gimp 2.6.11 running under Fedora 14.

To see the resolution of this problem look at

/registry.gimp.org/node/25080

which includes my statement of the problem and a solution.

It would be nice if someone made a fix to the script at its website.

In 2.6.8 from Ubuntu, 2.6.11 from source and 2.7 from git source, I can't reproduce this problem at all.

I put pandora-combine-0.9.3.scm in ~/.gimp-2.6/scripts and it registers without any errors, and shows up in Filters->Combine->Arrange as Panorama.

I can only guess you have some other script or plug-in installed that's somehow conflicting with Pandora. What other scripts and plug-ins do you have installed locally?

I notice both you and the person who replied have gimp installed in /usr/lib64. I wonder if there could be an issue with registering script-fu on a 64-bit install?

Renaming script-fu-pandora-combine to script-fu-my-combine makes no sense to me unless you have two different versions of Pandora installed. I don't see why renaming it would make any difference.

...Akkana

Leonard Evens
2011-02-22 15:42:30 UTC (over 3 years ago)

Problem with pandora script resolved

On Mon, 2011-02-21 at 20:37 -0800, Akkana Peck wrote:

Leonard Evens writes:

I had previously posted something saying I had trouble installing the script
pandora-combine-0.9.3.scm
under gimp 2.6.11 running under Fedora 14.

To see the resolution of this problem look at

/registry.gimp.org/node/25080

which includes my statement of the problem and a solution.

It would be nice if someone made a fix to the script at its website.

In 2.6.8 from Ubuntu, 2.6.11 from source and 2.7 from git source, I can't reproduce this problem at all.

I put pandora-combine-0.9.3.scm in ~/.gimp-2.6/scripts and it registers without any errors, and shows up in Filters->Combine->Arrange as Panorama.

I can only guess you have some other script or plug-in installed that's somehow conflicting with Pandora. What other scripts and plug-ins do you have installed locally?

I have no idea what other scripts might be interfering. I think the response I posted which fixed it for me makes some suggestions. The two scripts already there under Combine are filmstrip and depth merge.

But I can't find them in /usr/share/gimp/2.0/scripts. Perhaps I don't know how to look.

I have no idea where gimp is finding them.

I am using the gimp package that comes with Fedora 14. I also included other packages that add scripts, but I didn't add any scripts of my own.

Maybe you are right and it has to do with the 64 bit. I have another machine running Fedora 13 with gimp 2.6.11 which is also 64 bit. The same thing happens there.

I notice both you and the person who replied have gimp installed in /usr/lib64. I wonder if there could be an issue with registering script-fu on a 64-bit install?

Renaming script-fu-pandora-combine to script-fu-my-combine makes no sense to me unless you have two different versions of Pandora installed. I don't see why renaming it would make any difference.

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Leonard Evens
2011-02-22 18:06:13 UTC (over 3 years ago)

Problem with pandora script resolved

On Tue, 2011-02-22 at 09:42 -0600, Leonard Evens wrote:

On Mon, 2011-02-21 at 20:37 -0800, Akkana Peck wrote:

Leonard Evens writes:

I had previously posted something saying I had trouble installing the script
pandora-combine-0.9.3.scm
under gimp 2.6.11 running under Fedora 14.

To see the resolution of this problem look at

/registry.gimp.org/node/25080

which includes my statement of the problem and a solution.

It would be nice if someone made a fix to the script at its website.

In 2.6.8 from Ubuntu, 2.6.11 from source and 2.7 from git source, I can't reproduce this problem at all.

I put pandora-combine-0.9.3.scm in ~/.gimp-2.6/scripts and it registers without any errors, and shows up in Filters->Combine->Arrange as Panorama.

I can only guess you have some other script or plug-in installed that's somehow conflicting with Pandora. What other scripts and plug-ins do you have installed locally?

I have no idea what other scripts might be interfering. I think the response I posted which fixed it for me makes some suggestions. The two scripts already there under Combine are filmstrip and depth merge.

But I can't find them in /usr/share/gimp/2.0/scripts. Perhaps I don't know how to look.

I have no idea where gimp is finding them.

I am using the gimp package that comes with Fedora 14. I also included other packages that add scripts, but I didn't add any scripts of my own.

Maybe you are right and it has to do with the 64 bit. I have another machine running Fedora 13 with gimp 2.6.11 which is also 64 bit. The same thing happens there.

I notice both you and the person who replied have gimp installed in /usr/lib64. I wonder if there could be an issue with registering script-fu on a 64-bit install?

Renaming script-fu-pandora-combine to script-fu-my-combine makes no sense to me unless you have two different versions of Pandora installed. I don't see why renaming it would make any difference.

...Akkana

I've may have found what the problem is.

There is a script called peck-spread-out-layers.scm
in /usr/share/gimp/2.0/scripts
If I move that to a temporary sv subdirectory, put the pandora script in my personal gimp scripts file, and run refresh scripts, then pandora shows up under Filter>Combine.

I will have to check to see where the peck-spread-out-layers.scm shows up ordinarily, and whether it does what pandora does.

If anyone has any insight on the matter, please let me know.

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Leonard Evens
2011-02-23 00:24:12 UTC (over 3 years ago)

Problem with pandora script resolved

I've may have found what the problem is.

There is a script called peck-spread-out-layers.scm
in /usr/share/gimp/2.0/scripts
If I move that to a temporary sv subdirectory, put the pandora script in my personal gimp scripts file, and run refresh scripts, then pandora shows up under Filter>Combine.

I will have to check to see where the peck-spread-out-layers.scm shows up ordinarily, and whether it does what pandora does.

If anyone has any insight on the matter, please let me know.

It seems that Pandora is already part of my gimp-2.6.11 under

FX-Foundry> Multi-Layer Tools> Spread out layers

That was the reason I couldn't add it. It is

peck-spread-out-layers.scm

and appears as part of

gimpfx-foundry-2.6.1-3.fc12.noarch

which I added along with other things that seemed useful.

But it is certainly well hidden.

If someone can comment on this intelligently, I would appreciate it.

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