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  Unusual Gimp tablet pressure error
Posted by: MichelleLaGrutta - Today 05:45 - No Replies

Hi everyone!

I am having some trouble with my tablet and Gimp. After searching the forums for a while, I cannot seem to find a fix for my issue.

I'm currently using a Monoprice tablet on a Mac running the latest version of Gimp.

Gimp registers my tablet just fine. Under the Input Devices, I made sure that the pen set to screen. Running these settings, the tablet registers pressure, but not correctly. After drawing for about an inch or so the pressure seems to reset itself. All of this is without the tablet drivers installed.

When I installed the drivers, Gimp does not register the tablet pressure at all. It registers a change in velocity, direction, and all of the other pen dynamic options. Every pen dynamic works except pressure, no matter how I play around with the settings and curves. This is interesting to me because when the driver was not installed, it was able to somewhat register a change in pressure.

After uninstalling the driver, the tablet went back to its buggy pressure.

Also, the tablet only has trouble with Gimp. The tablet's pressure worked beautifully on the driver's little testing window.

Thanks for reading,
Michelle

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  Image Difference Percent
Posted by: rjscott85 - Yesterday 18:57 - Replies (2)

I am working on a project, where i have 450 images of a beaker of cleaning solution containing an item to be cleaned. I would like to compare each image to the final image(of the clean item in the solution) and generate a % dirty number. Any ideas how to do this?

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  Help with Image effect
Posted by: Vash Stampida - Yesterday 18:02 - Replies (3)

hi all

I have a question
how I could get this effect in text
[Image: dh4z86.png]

I thought that is a font, but not found
I have many images to edit with text as picture

help me, please :'(

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  Using my own cd template
Posted by: Reggie Duncan - Mar 4, 2015 23:07 - Replies (5)

How can I use my own cd template for designing inserts, tray cards and cd faces? I am a newbie! THANKS

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  when closing screws up my settings
Posted by: kradoow - Mar 4, 2015 22:46 - Replies (2)

So many times I have to delete my .gimp settings because it is lost because I close something but have inadvertenly closed toolboxes that were in my way....another reason reason I would never use gimp....

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Photo Can we turn a picture to a painting on gimp?
Posted by: Miss Luiz - Mar 4, 2015 10:44 - Replies (4)

Hi guys! I sorta need help. Take a look at the picture below:
[Image: hnZ5Ol9.jpg]
I've been trying to find how to make a picture look like a painting and its been a year now. I still haven't found out how to make a picture look like that. First of all, what type of an effect is it? And Is it possible on gimp (or any other photo editing software) to make a picture look exactly like a painting just like in the picture above?

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  edit a text box
Posted by: Terry50 - Mar 4, 2015 01:06 - Replies (2)

I wanted to edit a name in a box.
Every time I clicked in the box to insert a letter, GIMP wanted to start another text box instead.

How can I do this ?

Cheers, Angel
Terry

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  Can't export files into jpeg, png, etc
Posted by: LordNilrac - Mar 2, 2015 20:26 - Replies (8)

Hey. I was hoping I can get some help. I just reinstalled gimp on my new pc and was working on some projects. I am just about finished and wanted a png file of it. I went to export file and tried save as a .png and this message popped up:
The given filename does not have any known file extension. Please enter a known file extension or select a file format from the file format list.
Tried in .jpeg and the same happened. I clicked on the select file type (by extension) and all the appears there under the File Type tab is "By Extension". I checked the plug in folder and all the "file-png and file-jpeg, etc are there. PLease help!

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  photos as a preview in the Open File dialog
Posted by: stefan1107 - Mar 2, 2015 15:46 - No Replies

Can I set up all photos as a preview in the Open File dialog in Gimp? Now it appears on the right side of the dialog window a "generic" image icon, which changes by clicking on it into a small preview photo which is very troublesome if you want to select a special image.
Stefan

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  Changing color including fades
Posted by: joatmon - Feb 28, 2015 20:27 - Replies (2)

I have a two color png file that I want to change the colors on. I can do this easily enough, but the problem is that the transitions include a fade, so it's not as simple as just doing a straight color exchange. For example, in this image, say that I wanted to switch the current black color to blue. I can easily do a color exchange from #000000 to #0000ff. That takes care of the pixels that are straight black. However, it does not handle the pixels around the border of the image, which are various shades of gray. I want this same fade effect, except based on a starting color of blue, rather than starting from black.

Is there an efficient way to accomplish this? Thanks!

   

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