Gimp PSPI manager - enable and/or disable filters *.8bf.
The idea for PSPI Manager is based on the Brush Manager 2.00 by Sean Bogie.
[ http://myweb.msoe.edu/~bogies/brushmanager/ ]
Accessibility to filters from newly marked directories requires restart Gimp.
Requirements Python and PSPI Running Photoshop plug-ins (pspi.exe)
[ http://tml.pp.fi/gimp/pspi.html ]
In annex readme.pdf
This python plug-in helps the user to import ressources into the right user gimp directory ~/.gimp-2.6/. This script has to be installed first in ~/.gimp-2.6/plug-ins, Gimp relaunched and it should appear at the bottom of Edit menu.
For more information, go to http://creationlibre.org/en/importer-des-ressources-dans-gimp/ (english text).
Slices and joins scriptfu is useful when you want to split one image 'file' into smaller 'files', and to recombine it successively. One single image 'file' can be split into unlimited number of files. Image-slice script save on the file imagename.rcm all the data for the reconstruction.
Bugs fixed and enhancement:
Duplicate file name
Invalid path name (Linux user)
Slice export maintains the transparency.
Add Option in order to recompose all pieces on a layer.
Limited the maximum number of lines and columns to the dimension in pixel of the image.
Add Borders and Copyright information in Gimp
I modified the batch processing plug-in for Gimp called PhotoLab to add a border that I liked better than the original. I also added copyright information that is written on the border. The biggest hurdle though was Gimp itself -- the built-in jpg save functions lose all the metadata, including the photo-taken timestamp that I use to sort the photos and the photo captions.
With this script you can give a 3D effect to a text in a text-layer. It is based on the Bump project script that is already in the standard GIMP. When started, you can adapt the depth and he direction of the 3D effect.It will create a new layer, behind the text-layer, that will contain the 3D effect.