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Error Message - Error: eval: unbound variable: gimp-context-set-interpolation for new plugin

Hello,
I've just added a new plugin into Gimp (for the first time) I've followed the instructions given for windows and have placed the plugin in the correct folder. It appears in gimp but when it goes to open, I receive the following error message:

Error: eval: unbound variable: gimp-context-set-interpolation

Does any one know what that means and how I go about correcting the error? The plugin appears to be amazing, it's a black and white plugin that replicates the density's and saturation of old style 35mm films, I'm a photographer and would really benefit from getting this plug in up and running, therefore any help at all would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance ,
Celia

(please note, I am not use to writing computer programs and have limited experience of being 'behind the scene's of any programme, therefore a simple approach to answering would be appreciated, I can follow instructions well, just don't have the technological know how to fill in the blanks!

That function was added at GIMP version 2.8.0, so I conclude that you are using an older version of GIMP (2.6.?)

Instead of trying to modify the script I suggest you have a look at installing the G'MIC plug-in and use Pat David's film emulations: http://blog.patdavid.net/2013/09/film-emulation-presets-in-gmic-gimp.html

Kevin

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