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Supernova Bertearnie 12 Dec 01:25
  Supernova programmer_ceds 18 Dec 16:56
2020-12-12 01:25:01 UTC (about 1 month ago)
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When I use the supernova filter, it places a supernova approximately in the center of the open image. I can then move the supernova wherever. Now there is still a supernova in the middle of the image. I also move that one somewhere. Now there is still a supernova in the center of the image. How do I get rid of it? I know this is basic, but I have spent several hours looking for the answer. Along with the answer, it would be great to know of some reference source where I could look this type of question up. Thank you...

2020-12-18 16:56:07 UTC (about 1 month ago)
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When I use the supernova filter, it places a supernova approximately in the center of the open image. I can then move the supernova wherever. Now there is still a supernova in the middle of the image. I also move that one somewhere. Now there is still a supernova in the center of the image. How do I get rid of it? I know this is basic, but I have spent several hours looking for the answer. Along with the answer, it would be great to know of some reference source where I could look this type of question up. Thank you...

Using GIMP 2.10.22 add a new transparent layer over the existing layer(s). Make sure that this new layer is active then use the Supernova filter. Select the move tool and select the option "Move the active layer" then move the supernova effect where you want it.