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  Bug Maybe?
Posted by: AnScathMarcach - Yesterday 22:35 - Replies (1)

So I discovered that when I move a layer with an effect (overlay/grain merge/etc.) into a layer group, and it's not at the bottom of the layer group, it only affects the layers within that group, and none of the other layers in any of the other groups that it's technically still on top of! When it is at the bottom of the layer group, the effect disappears and it acts like a "normal" layer. Is this supposed to happen?

I've been using layer groups for this fairly detailed picture (I don't normally use them) because each object has many elements to it. This particular group contains a streetlamp with the light shining effect in the same group. Obviously I need the light to affect all layers.

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  How can I make this animated gif a perfect loop?
Posted by: 2 Live Khrushchev - Yesterday 18:55 - Replies (1)

This is the image I want to loop: http://i.imgur.com/GAmkZBG.webm

It's not quite a perfect loop. I want to make it so that the "jump" you see when it restarts at the first image doesn't stand out so much.

The best way I can think of to do that would be to add some frames after the final image that are partway between the first and last image.

There's a GIMP addon called GAP with the tool "morph", but I can't get it to look right.
There's also a tool called "blend", but I got an error message when I used that.

Which of those tools is the right approach? Or is there a better way?

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Photo Remove haze from a photograph
Posted by: ianp5a - Yesterday 15:04 - No Replies

Does anyone know of a direct way to remove haze from a photograph similar to the new Adobe DeHaze command. That removes haze from photographs, like distant mountain scenes.


It is not a straight forward histogram manipulation or adjustment. It appears to process a haze map in the background first, and then use that to the manipulate the image.

The online suggestions like Contrast or Auto->White Balance don't cut through the haze like the DeHaze command. Or they ruin the rest of the picture.

Is there a plugin or G'Mic version of this that is comparable?


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Posted by: dg702 - Oct 7, 2015 23:17 - Replies (2)

Hi all, I hope this isn't a silly question... I have been under the impression that Wilber is a public domain image; is that correct? I wish to use a couple of pictures of him in a class that I am teaching (for page decorations), but b/c it is for commercial purposes, I need to be sure. If it is public domain, is there a place where this is documented?

Any help is much appreciated! Thanks Smile

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  Some Jpeg export "save defaults" settings reverting back to factory settings
Posted by: Sylveon Fetish - Oct 7, 2015 20:39 - Replies (6)

When I export jpeg, I slide the slider to 100% quality, remove the checkmarks: "Save EXIF Data" and "Save XMP Data" and then I click "save defaults" but at random times, the saved unchecked export settings "save EXIF data" and "save XMP data" has reverted to having them both checked again. and no matter how many time I uncheck them and save that as the defaults, eventually Gimp will return the defaults for those options to checked again. What is wrong and how do I make those settings stick? the 100% quality is the only thing that seems to stick.

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Exclamation Gimp not responding
Posted by: Bowtie - Oct 6, 2015 17:27 - Replies (2)

I've just updated to OS X 10.11, Gimp gets stuck on "Looking for data files, fonts".
My computer says "Application Not responding" as well.

I've tried deleting and reinstalling, deleting the font cache, make a new gimp directory with no luck. Someone please help

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  Dither pattern generator
Posted by: hellocatfood - Oct 5, 2015 12:15 - Replies (3)

I recently stumbled across a tutorial on using dither patterns in Blender: https://jessewerner.wordpress.com/2013/0...dithering/

In this the author has around 30 dither patterns available for use (see below)

[Image: RbsJXPZ.png]

Is there a way, preferably a plugin, to automatically generate and export dither patterns?

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  Can I get the older Gimp?
Posted by: laualso99 - Oct 3, 2015 14:12 - Replies (3)

Hi im looking to get the older gimp, I have the new one... but work better with the old? Thank you

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  Gimp not responding
Posted by: Vash Stampida - Oct 1, 2015 15:09 - No Replies

hi all

I have a problem with Gimp, why?
because if I open more of 20 pages PDF file, or I work a lot of images then the program not responding, and it close automatically

I've modified the preferences and I've not gotten optimize the program Sad

I use windows 7 64 bits and I have 8 gb RAM[/align]

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  How to make covers like Dinma?
Posted by: LaxLovo - Oct 1, 2015 13:41 - Replies (6)

Hey guys,

So I was wondering if you guys coud show me how to make covers like the ones shown here: http://dinmaofficial.blogspot.com/ using gimp.

Any help will be greatly appreciated!

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