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  Gimp-user digest, Vol 1 #382 - 2 msgs Denis McCauley 15 Jun 04:16
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  Gimp-user digest, Vol 1 #391 - 2 msgs Charles McColm 24 Jun 00:04
Denis McCauley
2002-06-15 04:16:22 UTC (over 18 years ago)

Gimp-user digest, Vol 1 #382 - 2 msgs

Hi Chris,
The Photoshop plugins work OK on my Gimp 1.2.3 Windows installation but I have found a problem with this module. The number of PS filters accessible depends on screen resolution. Once the right-click filters menu reaches the bottom of the screen, the PS filters not already listed are ignored and consequently cannot be used.
I believe this module is still in development but it seems the problem is not with the module but with the menu, and a sub-menu for the PS filters would fix things.
If your problem is the same as mine, you can work around it by splitting your PS filters into groups
of the same number that appear in your menu and copy them into separate repertories, then you can
point to the repertory containing the filter you want to use through the EXT menu in the main Gimp interface. Cheers
Denis McCauley

From: "Chris Coscina"
To: Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] Plasma
Date: Thu, 13 Jun 2002 20:21:19 -0400

Im sort of replying to my own I found out that it was the photoshop plugins! ARRGH! anyways, the photoshop plugins wouldnt even work anyway. Any ideas on how to get them to work, or are they not supposed to work?


From: "Chris Coscina"
To: Subject: [Gimp-user] Plasma
Date: Thu, 13 Jun 2002 00:28:17 -0400

Hello, im using the windows version of gimp and my Plasma feature doesnt work. I did import plugins from photoshop, and photoshop has a plasma plugin. Anyone got any idea of what the problem is?


Charles McColm
2002-06-24 00:04:34 UTC (over 18 years ago)

Gimp-user digest, Vol 1 #391 - 2 msgs

On Sun, 23 Jun 2002 wrote:

Every time I dump my digital camera, I scale and re-save many .jpg files with the gimp. Is there anyway to do this in a batch mode, or is there a better tool for this?

How are you dumping your camera? gphoto2 includes a -T switch that will download the thumbnails from your camera (thumbnails are used for the preview on the camera). Since gphoto2 is command line it could be incorporated into a gimp plug-in. Just a thought.