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How to make Resynthetizer 1.0 works with ubuntu 11.04

I use ubuntu 11.04 and gimp 2.6.11. I have downloaded Resynthetizer 1.0 and after I have unpacked it, I copied the files in home/myname/.gimp-2.6/plug-ins/.
They are.
-rwxr--r-- 1 mariora mariora 6595 2011-04-13 19:24
-rwxr--r-- 1 mariora mariora 3153 2011-04-13 20:42
-rwxr--r-- 1 mariora mariora 17194 2011-04-13 20:39
-rwxr--r-- 1 mariora mariora 7684 2011-04-13 20:31
-rwxr--r-- 1 mariora mariora 3303 2011-04-13 20:22
-rwxr--r-- 1 mariora mariora 3609 2011-04-15 21:12
-rwxr--r-- 1 mariora mariora 3262 2011-04-13 22:12
-rwxr--r-- 1 mariora mariora 6011 2011-04-13 20:24
-rwxr-xr-x 1 mariora mariora 62838 2011-04-15 23:37 resynthesizer
-rwxr-xr-x 1 mariora mariora 53607 2011-04-15 23:37 resynthesizer-gui
As you can see I have give tho them the exec permissions
What is the problem? Simply I am not able to use it. i have followed some different tutorials step by step but my results are quite different from what i woul obtain: I use the lazo selection, choose "filter>map>Resynthetize.." but I do not eliminatewhat I want but I have only changed the look. See for example the two attached pictures: Can someone help me? Thank You

resynthetizer1.jpeg71.67 KB
resynthetizer2.jpeg35.43 KB

If you are trying to remove parts of an image, you need to "heal the selection" (Filters/Enhance/Heal Selection), not resynthesize it.

You also need to understand, in part, why you would need to make adjustments to your context sampling width, where you are sampling from, and the filling order, because default usage of heal selection will not give you the desired result if your selections are fairly large (like in your images).

sunt 2 versiuni de resynthesizer
1.0 a introdus viteza mai buna dar a modificat codul si modul de actiune pentru plugin in sine
nu incerca cu Filters > Map > Resynthesizer

mergi in Filters > Enhance > Heal Selection
ai sa vezi mai multe optiuni ca la vechiul Heal Selection sau Smart Remove Selection
..joaca-te cu optiunile pana iti iese

@mahvin: Thanks!

So the script changed...

Good to look at this FAQ:

Resynthesizer, on its own, is more commonly used to regenerate patterns from either selections, other images, or parts of an image designated as input in the menu selection.

Fortunately, the same resynthesizer engine is capable of being used to fill a selection from surrounding regions in the image to remove whatever is in the selected region, aka heal selection. Heal selection is for removing blurs, timestamps, editing images by covering it with pixels from elsewhere in the image (usually the surrounding area is most common - a speck of dust on a photograph, for example).

I have no idea why the old resynthesizer worked so great for you in this capacity, it's clearly capable of doing so, but it's not the primary use for running resynthesizer on its own. Heal selection offers those options to perform this task, specifically.

The old version of resynthesizer was inconsistent in how it performed, depending on operating system and version used. The behavior was never consistent between versions. The fact that bootchk took it over and refined it to be more adaptable across platforms, and made it run smoother and faster, is a blessing for those of us who tend to rely on it. Resynthesizer now behaves as I expect it to, and I don't have to guess if its going to work differently on my other computers.

bash: Permission denied

can be a mount partition with noexec flag? useful in you want to kill bugs in linux, my home partition is mounted with noexec flag .... i use exec flag only to my testbed /usr/local partition and main system partitons

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