I'm happy to announce that I just switched over registry.gimp.org, the well-known name for this site :) Thanks to everybody who already copied the content and if you haven't done, yet, please do as soon as possible!
Please note that if the name doesn't work for you right now, please wait a few hours, it might still be cached by your name-server. The new registry is of course available as gimp-registry.fargonauten.de, as before.
This is a script that is based on the fire tutorial (http://gug.sunsite.dk/tutorials/tomcat13/). It was built and tested on GIMP 2.4 (so, using the new scheme engine).
It comes with two versions; one that creates an image of flames and another that creates an animation (using layers as frames).
purpose of this plugin is, to lay out and lay in a group of consecutive layers of an image
(a humble kind of collapse and expand groups of layers)
a determinable number of layers (including the active layer) will be stored (layed out) in a new image.
the name of this image is a time stamp ("%Y%m%d-%H%M%S") plus the string ".xcf".
the visible layed out layers will be merged down to a single layer in the source image.
the name of this layer is the above mentioned time stamp.
This is a series of scripts that implement various layer effects:
Bevel and Emboss
Some effects can have contours (a.k.a. curves) and noise added to them. Effects can either be applied on a separate layer, or be merged into the active layer (which in some cases gives better results).
Amazing Circle technique with advanced options. Includes options to choose border colour (or calculate from border average), border size and vignetting effect, whirl/pinch distortion, alternate circle method, plus optional drop shadow & shading.
After you download the script to your scripts folder and refresh your scripts (Filters -> Script-Fu –> Refresh Scripts), you'll find the new script in the menu under Script-Fu> Darla –> Saturation Fix.