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 Post subject: Re: gmic 1.8.0pre does not read .gmic file?
PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2017 6:06 am  (#31) 
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A restart of Gimp solved that.
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 Post subject: Re: gmic 1.8.0pre does not read .gmic file?
PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2017 6:08 am  (#32) 
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I've just posted new binaries today, that should be able to import the faves from version 1.7.9, and make them work for 2.0.0_pre.
Lyle, could you test and confirm this works for you, please ?


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 Post subject: Re: gmic 1.8.0pre does not read .gmic file?
PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2017 8:40 am  (#33) 
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Ronounours wrote:
I've just posted new binaries today, that should be able to import the faves from version 1.7.9, and make them work for 2.0.0_pre.
Lyle, could you test and confirm this works for you, please ?


build on debian 8 64 bit
all right, favorite as were imported and corrected without problems.
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gimp faves

{Custom pendraw last}{Custom code (global)}{gimp_custom_code}{gimp_custom_code_preview}{"-split_opacity -to_rgb[0]-smooth[0] 8,0.2,1,3,3-b[0] 0.8 -sharpen[0] 400 [0]-r[0] 20,20,1,3,2-equalize[0] -index[2] [0],1,1-nm[2] pen-nm[1] edge[edge]-nm[-1] orig-rm[0]-gimp_gradient_norm[edge] 0,1.5,0,50.38,1,0-gimp_compose_multiply[pen,edge] 0.5-normalize[0] 5,250-autoindex[0] 21,0.1-gimp_compose_value[0,orig] 1"}{0}{2}{0}



gui faves automatic conversion

{Custom pendraw last}{Custom code (global)}{fx_custom_code}{fx_custom_code_preview}{"-split_opacity -to_rgb[0]-smooth[0] 8,0.2,1,3,3-b[0] 0.8 -sharpen[0] 400 [0]-r[0] 20,20,1,3,2-equalize[0] -index[2] [0],1,1-nm[2] pen-nm[1] edge[edge]-nm[-1] orig-rm[0]-fx_gradient_norm[edge] 0,1.5,0,50.38,1,0-fx_compose_multiply[pen,edge] 0.5-normalize[0] 5,250-autoindex[0] 21,0.1-fx_compose_value[0,orig] 1"}{0}{2}{0}


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 Post subject: Re: gmic 1.8.0pre does not read .gmic file?
PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2017 9:07 am  (#34) 
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I can confirm all my faves are auto opened in GIMP-G'MIC version 2 sir. :bigthup

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 Post subject: Re: gmic 1.8.0pre does not read .gmic file?
PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2017 9:12 am  (#35) 
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 Post subject: Re: gmic 1.8.0pre does not read .gmic file?
PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2017 1:46 pm  (#36) 
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Strange; the first time I opened up GRIP 2.0, no favorites showed up (so closed and looked into my favs location and didn't see that my favs were overwritten. I then re-opened GRIP 2.0 plugin and my favs were there and they worked. I also verified that the favs for 1.7.9 still work too. Thanks a heap, David. :)

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 Post subject: Re: gmic 1.8.0pre does not read .gmic file?
PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2017 2:26 pm  (#37) 
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Could be a feature, but, if you open up GRIP, it resets your presets in G'MIC and vice/versa (so if you changed any of the sliders in either one and then open the other one, it will reset the sliders as I mentioned). If you stay within the plugin universe (i.e stay in GRIP for instance) then the sliders will keep their position as you left them for the preset that you worked with. Just a head's up. I'll copy this at PIXL forum too. :)

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 Post subject: Re: gmic 1.8.0pre does not read .gmic file?
PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2017 2:43 pm  (#38) 
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Hello Lyle,

Note that the 2.0.0 plug-in is not GRIP. It's just my old GTK plug-in updated to G'MIC 2.0.0.
The code of GRIP (now finally G'MIC_Qt) has not been released yet :) We have to solve a lot of issues
before making it available. At this point, there are still regressions compared to the current GTK plug-in.


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 Post subject: Re: gmic 1.8.0pre does not read .gmic file?
PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2017 2:55 pm  (#39) 
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Ah; OK; so 2.0.0pre is really still G'MIC then. Now I get it. Hope to see G'MIC_Qt soon; then I hope someone creates a widget that will allow you to call it within other programs such as PS. :)

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 Post subject: Re: gmic 1.8.0pre does not read .gmic file?
PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2017 5:05 pm  (#40) 
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Ronounours wrote:
Note that the 2.0.0 plug-in is not GRIP.

Starts to get complicated! GRIP, G'MIC RIP, GAAP (wasn't it)... :)

Ronounours wrote:
The code of GRIP (now finally G'MIC_Qt) has not been released yet :) We have to solve a lot of issues
before making it available.


If I can be of any help with testing things, let me know.


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