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Glass or Bevel

Creates a pretty simple (yet cool) smooth glass or bevel effect. Can work with alpha/mask contour as well as selection. Have fun!

P.S.: Sorry for the awkward plugin name. Couldn't make up anything better.

Example:

History:
v1.03: The "Gloss Contrast" parameter added
v1.02: Smoothness = 0 was not possible
v1.01: Fixed working with mask contours
v1.0: Initial release

Morphological Operators

A set of morphological operators for GIMP:
- erosion and dilation
- opening and closing
- boundary extraction and gradient
- hit-or-miss
- thickening and thinning
- skelethonization
- white and black top-hat

The plugin is tested to work on GIMP starting from 2.6 version.
http://www.alessandrofrancesconi.it/projects/morphop/

Rectangular select with circular and elliptical corners

The Rectangular Select Tool with Rounded corners option checked is very useful, but it could be so much more. The underlying GIMP function, gimp-image-select-round-rectangle written by Martin Nordholts provides much more functionality than what is exposed in the Rectangular Select Tool.

This script attempts to unleash gimp-image-select-round-rectangle's potential by raising the radius limit to 262144 pixels from 100 pixels and exposes the ability to specify different x and y radii.

Drop Shadow Advanced

Gimp 2.8 required!

This plugin produces a complex three-part drop shadow from a selected layer. Ideal for light-on-light text (or anything else).

Features:
* Super-smooth shadow algorithm
* Three customizable shadow layers (umbra, penumbra and veil)
* Works with both alpha and masks, shadows are created as masks
* All layers (including the source) are put into a separate group, so no mess created

Find and Replace Text (Layer Names AND Text Layer contents)

Inspired by the following plugin: http://registry.gimp.org/node/12212

Latest version: 0.0

There's some differences with the plugin this was inspired by. Namely, these are the following changes:

  1. Restricting Find/Replace to just the linked layers.
  2. Whether the search and replace actually is a regex.
  3. Find and replace in text layers too. Currently there's no way to preserve the markup, BUT, it can work around layers that have don't have text content, but do have markup content.
  4. Restricting replacements to the first x occurances in a layer's name or in a text layer's body.

Sort Layers

Sort layers in a image or a layer group. Can sort based on layer width, layer height, layer area, layer name, and a regex of the layer name.

[EDIT]: Forgot to put a utility function inside the plugin. >< If you downloaded it earlier, please redownload it now.

Latest Version: 0.1

Permute Layer Groups

Export all possible layer combinations that are indicated by layer groups.
Prepared image:  photo permute-layer-groups-ui_zps16c192b2.png

Output:  photo permute-layer-groups-output_zpse01a845c.png

And some advanced usage available in the 0.3 version (where the layer names generated by the plugin when computing all the possibilities are being done):
 photo permute-layer-groups-advanced-formatting_zpsec5d3370.png

Latest version: 0.3

Luce for GIMP

Luce for GIMP is a port of Amico Perry's Luce Photoshop plug-in.
It works on Gimp natively without PSPI.

Please download a source code and precompiled binaries from download page.

http://reddog.s35.xrea.com/wiki/Luce%20for%20GIMP.html

Export Layers

Export Layers is a GIMP plug-in that exports layers as separate images in almost any file format supported by GIMP and possibly third-party plug-ins.

This plug-in:

  • uses native dialogs for file format export procedures to adjust file format settings
  • uses layer names as filenames for the exported images
  • supports layer groups and optionally treats them as directories
  • can optionally export only layers whose file extension matches specified file format
  • can use file extensions in layer names as file formats
  • can use layers with names in [square brackets] as background layers

Example:

Line Width

Changes thickness of lines in line art. Enlarges visible image, repeatedly blurs, thresholds, and antialiases, then shrinks image down to original size. A dialog prompts for amount of enlargment, number of repeats, speed of line thickness change, and whether to make the line thicker or thinner. As of v. 1.5 the result is put into a new layer, leaving the old image untouched.

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