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Autosave

Periodically saves any open files in the current GIMP instance.

I got tired of searching for GIMP autosave and coming across developer discussions stating, in essence why autosave won't be implemented.

Flag waving

This little plugin makes an animation that looks like a flag fluttering
in the wind from any given (single layer) image. This one requires gimp with perl-support.

http://www.69b.org/cms/software/gimp#flag-waving

Example:

Flag-waving plugin example

Animation attributes

With this little plugin, you can easily tune animation related strings
(like (100ms) or (replace)) in the layer attributes.

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gifsicle

This plugin (with the help of the external "gifsicle"-program) produces
GIF-animations with more than 256 colors.

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gimp2css

This is rather old stuff, I was looking for an easy way to create html templates in an easy but open source kind of way. It is a perl-fu plugin for Gimp which allows you to draw your template as a multi-layered image, then automatically export it to html + individual png files. It was originally written for Gimp v.1, but it seems to work fine with Gimp v.2

# AUTHOR: Michael K. Nacos
# LICENSE: GPL (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html)
# DESCRIPTION: perl-fu plugin for gimp which converts a multi-layered
# image to an html template + corresponding png images

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