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removing objects from picture

Okay so I am new to Gimp 2.6 and have been just messing around to get used to it, I have found some helpful videos to help me along however.....I can not seem to figure out how to remove an object from a picture and it not leave a big white hole. I found some videos that talked about a resynthesizer filter but I can not seem to find it. Could some one please just point me in the right direction? Thank you so much.

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The right direction for finding most anything on the Registry is to use the "Search" function, it works fairly well. :)

http://www.logarithmic.net/pfh/resynthesizer (for the plug-in directly)

Binaries for Windows:

http://registry.gimp.org/node/9148

64 bit for Windows:

http://registry.gimp.org/node/24624

Depending on your OS, you may or may not need to update some scripts for Resynthesizer, read more here: (only read here if your heal selection script fails to work)

http://registry.gimp.org/node/15118

But if both included script works that is no a svery good sign:
that means you run a obsolete version of gimp that would be better unistall and replace with a recent one

After trying and searching for several hours, I find this link http://www.fedeweb.net/resynthesizer.zip where the downloaded files work on win 32bit !!!
I discover also that the only way to use it, is the command "Heal Selection" in Filter menu !!!

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