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Looking for "merge one layer with all layers" plugin

Oct 1, 2011, 18:32
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Looking for "merge one layer with all layers" plugin
Hi all,

I'm looking for a plugin that will merge one layer with all of the individual layers below it. So this would be the equivalent of duplicating one layer multiple times and then moving each duplicate between all the layers below and then merging the duplicate layers down to each original individual layer.

It could be seen as putting an ace on top of the deck, duplicating that ace 51 times, and then putting a duplicate ace in between each of the cards below and then merging each duplicate ace card down to each of the other individual 51 cards below in the deck.

I've found allot of nice multi-layer plugins (Like "LayerGroups") on the GIMP plugin registry that have helped doing things that I need, but now I'm looking for this one on the GIMP plugin registry and I'm not having any luck.

Thanks,

digi
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Oct 4, 2011, 17:30
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Thanks.
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Feb 7, 2012, 15:44
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RE: Looking for "merge one layer with all layers" plugin
Yes I agree with ofnuts post, Damn sure that package should be GAP(Gimp Animation Package)...
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