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Script-Fu

The original scripting extension.

draw-circle.scm

Draw a precise circle at center point specified with the brush and color active.

Digital Negative Calibration Pattern

Digital Negative Calibration Pattern - creates B&W calibration pattern. Menu Item is placed in Gimp main window Xtn -> Script-fu -> Utils

layer effects

Rays of Light

Creates a shining glow as demonstrated in the tutorial here:
http://www.gimpusers.com/tutorials/rays-of-light-behind-text.html
This script will only operate on the alpha-layer
It assumes that the layer size is the same size as the image size
It will not add color to the rays as in the tutorial
The rays are now created much like an outer glow, rather than being merged with a background as in the tutorial
Tested in v2.4.2 only

vintage look

This script-fu for The Gimp is a attempt to simulate a vintage look.
For Examples see http://www.mmip.net/articles/2-gimp-script-vintage-look

This Script is based on the deviantart tutorial from CrazyMurdock1 (Vintage look in Gimp)
Optional sharpness and contrast layer

Version 0.2 - Optional sharpness and contrast layer
thanks to elsamuko (http://sites.google.com/site/elsamuko/gimp)

gimp-reflection

gimp-reflection extends lower section of an image as a reflection of the original image.

Download it here.

Split path into strokes

This script takes a vector object (path) and split's it into it's different strokes - each stroke as a new path.

Useful in cases that an action is needed to be done only on one stroke of a path.

Currently this script is updated for GIMP 2.4 or higher.

Show yellow tracking dots

It sounds like a conspiracy theory, but it isn't. The pages coming out of your color printer may contain hidden information that could be used to track you down.
See http://www.eff.org/issues/printers and http://seeingyellow.com/

This script helps to detect such tracking color dots in the output of your color laser printer.

All you have to do is:

Rotating Brush Assistant

This script help to set up a rotating (animated) brush. Starting with one (or more) brush images, it will create rotated copies of that image in a way to allow saving the file as a gih.

Just start with an image oriented in the "drawing upwards" direction:

and run the script. With the defaults it will create a new image having all the rotated copies:

Saturation layer

This script allows you to extract and apply saturation to a layer. When you extract, it adds a new layer with the saturation values (in gray colors). You can then use curves, brightness/contrast or the dodge tool to correct saturation. When you are okay with the adjustements you can put back the saturation by applying it.

It installs itself in < script-fu >/Saturation.

Comments inside the script are in french.

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