Linear conversion of the RGB colour space, described by a starting point and an end point in RGB colour space. Typically used for the correction of colour temperature or white balance, respectively, of digital photos.
Update version 2.2: The menu entry has been moved to the Tools menu.
This plugin adds multiple guidelines to the actual image.
New guides can be simply added by pressing the "Add"-button. The last guide can be deleted by pressing the "Remove"-Button.
This tool is very useful if you make weblayouts and don't want to select every guide from the ruler.
Remember to chmod+x the file. Put it in "plug-ins"-folder.
- initial release
- freshen with GTK gui
- put under CC-BY-SA license
- added possibility to add guides in percent
Subtract small isles from the current selection and/or add small unselected isles to the current selection. The parameters pixel_diagonal and pixel_limit are used to define area size that is considered as small isle.
New since release 1.1: fixed crash when processing large selections, added progress handling
INSTALL: gimptool-2.0 --install isle.c
(en) Create a text effect that looks like shiny steel (or gold) and a dropshadow - For The Gimp 2.2.
(pt-BR) Crie um efeito de texto parecido como um aço relusente (ou ouro) e uma sombra - Para O Gimp 2.2.
I've seen this in a few plugins already, so I thought I'd mention it: Tags have to be separated by comma (","). Whitespace is not enough! This is because two-or-more-word tags are actually valid in Drupal.
This script converts the color temperature of an image. You can specify the color temperature of the original image, and the desired color temperature of the result, as well as a brightness correction factor. The script installs itself under the menu Filters/Colors/Convert Color Temperature.
This script converts the colors of an image, so that the foreground color (chosen, e.g., with the color picker tool) is either transformed to gray, or to the background color. The script can be used to remove color casts. The script installs itself under the menu Filters/Colors/White balance.