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2.10 on macOS, content aware options johnpdoe 14 Jul 21:32
  2.10 on macOS, content aware options Pat David via gimp-user-list 16 Jul 23:04
   2.10 on macOS, content aware options johnpdoe 27 Jul 21:47
    2.10 on macOS, content aware options Pat David via gimp-user-list 30 Jul 00:56
     2.10 on macOS, content aware options johnpdoe 30 Jul 14:40
      2.10 on macOS, content aware options Pat David via gimp-user-list 31 Jul 19:47
2018-07-14 21:32:06 UTC (3 months ago)
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Hi,

I am trying to get a content aware plugin working on Gimp 2.10 under MacOS. Previously, I was using the lisanet port, which included the resynthetizer plugin (enhance>heal) which would do the job. I remember downloading some python scripts and copying them into the plugins directory when I first installed it.

However,every link to the resynthetiser and heal plugins download point to the old (dead) gimp plugin registry, so I can't find a binary (not source) version of the plugin for Mac.

Alternatively, I understand that the G'MIC suit should do the job with the G'MIC Inpainting plugin. I downloaded Parthas version of McGimp 2.10 which includes such plugin suite, and I am following this tutorial (https://patdavid.net/2014/02/getting-around-in-gimp-gmic-inpainting.html) but I must be missing something simple cause I can't make the plugin work.

So, what are you guys using and how? What working content aware options do we Mac users have with 2.10?

Thanks a lot for the help!

Pat David via gimp-user-list
2018-07-16 23:04:44 UTC (3 months ago)

2.10 on macOS, content aware options

I didn’t hunk the inpainting changed very much. Did you follow the steps exactly? If so, where is it t failing, and can you link to a sample of the problem?
On Mon, Jul 16, 2018 at 4:12 PM johnpdoe wrote:

Hi,

I am trying to get a content aware plugin working on Gimp 2.10 under MacOS. Previously, I was using the lisanet port, which included the resynthetizer plugin (enhance>heal) which would do the job. I remember downloading some python
scripts and copying them into the plugins directory when I first installed it.

However,every link to the resynthetiser and heal plugins download point to the
old (dead) gimp plugin registry, so I can't find a binary (not source) version
of the plugin for Mac.

Alternatively, I understand that the G'MIC suit should do the job with the G'MIC
Inpainting plugin. I downloaded Parthas version of McGimp 2.10 which includes
such plugin suite, and I am following this tutorial (https://patdavid.net/2014/02/getting-around-in-gimp-gmic-inpainting.html) but I
must be missing something simple cause I can't make the plugin work.

So, what are you guys using and how? What working content aware options do we
Mac users have with 2.10?

Thanks a lot for the help!

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2018-07-27 21:47:24 UTC (3 months ago)
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I didn’t hunk the inpainting changed very much. Did you follow the steps
exactly? If so, where is it t failing, and can you link to a sample of the
problem?

Hi!

Thanks a lot for your reply. Well, I am pretty much following the tutorial but I am clearly misunderstanding something...

With the same image of the tutorial:

- I open the image in Gimp - Right click on the Base Layer > Duplicate layer. - Make a freehand selection around the man shape - I go Select>Sharpen
- I fill it with bright red color with the paint bucket tool, fg color selected, fill selection. - I go Select>None

- I open the G'MIC qt, - Select Inpatient Patch based
- The input layer is the default option (current active), and the preview shows me the red coloured shape in the screenshot. I - The mask color is correct

And no matter what I do, I can't get the filter to work. Clearly I am doing something stupid, but I cannot figure it out! :)

Any help appreciated. Thanks!

Pat David via gimp-user-list
2018-07-30 00:56:05 UTC (3 months ago)

2.10 on macOS, content aware options

What happens when you hit “Apply”? On Sun, Jul 29, 2018 at 4:14 AM johnpdoe wrote:

I didn’t hunk the inpainting changed very much. Did you follow the steps
exactly? If so, where is it t failing, and can you link to a sample of the
problem?

Hi!

Thanks a lot for your reply. Well, I am pretty much following the tutorial but I
am clearly misunderstanding something...

With the same image of the tutorial:

- I open the image in Gimp - Right click on the Base Layer > Duplicate layer. - Make a freehand selection around the man shape - I go Select>Sharpen
- I fill it with bright red color with the paint bucket tool, fg color selected,
fill selection.
- I go Select>None

- I open the G'MIC qt, - Select Inpatient Patch based
- The input layer is the default option (current active), and the preview shows
me the red coloured shape in the screenshot. I - The mask color is correct

And no matter what I do, I can't get the filter to work. Clearly I am doing something stupid, but I cannot figure it out! :)

Any help appreciated. Thanks!

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What happens when you hit “Apply”?

Literally nothing happens.
I’m not very proficient with gimp. Am I missing anything on that tutorial? My understanding is that as long as the input layer is correct, the plugin should locate in the photo the area covered in red, and do it’s thing.

Thanks!

Pat David via gimp-user-list
2018-07-31 19:47:03 UTC (3 months ago)

2.10 on macOS, content aware options

I'm not sure what the problem might be. I've just tried here on Win10 and GIMP 2.10 and it's working. Perhaps try on the G'MIC support forums? https://discuss.pixls.us/c/software/gmic

On Tue, Jul 31, 2018 at 10:00 AM johnpdoe wrote:

What happens when you hit “Apply”?

Literally nothing happens.
I’m not very proficient with gimp. Am I missing anything on that tutorial? My understanding is that as long as the input layer is correct, the plugin should locate in the photo the area covered in red, and do it’s thing.

Thanks!

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