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Add multiple guides

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.

History:

04.01.2008:
- initial release

05.01.2008:
- freshen with GTK gui

09.01.2008:
- put under CC-BY-SA license
- added possibility to add guides in percent

Subtract Small Selection Isles

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

colortemp

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.

The full documentation for the script is available at http://luca.dealfaro.org/Colortemp

The script works for Gimp 2.2, 2.4, and 2.6 .

whitebalance

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.

The documentation for the script is available at
http://luca.dealfaro.org/Whitebalance

The script works for Gimp 2.2, 2.4, and 2.6 .

DDS

This is a plugin for GIMP version 2.x. It allows you to load and save images in DirectDraw Surface (DDS) format.
Source code and binaries for GIMP for windows can be downloaded from the home page.
Home page: http://code.google.com/p/gimp-dds/

normalmap

This is a plugin for GIMP version 2.0 and above. It allows you to convert images into RGB normal maps for use in per-pixel lighting applications. The goal is to completely clone NVIDIA's photoshop plugin, with a few new useful features. Downloads can be found on the project home page.
Home page: http://code.google.com/p/gimp-normalmap/

Save for Web

Save for Web allows to find compromise between minimal file size and acceptable quality of image quickly. While adjusting various settings, you may explore how image quality and file size change. Options to reduce file size of an image include setting compression quality, number or colors, resizing, cropping, Exif information removal, etc.

If you want to send translations/contribute, please visit http://github.com/auris/gimp-save-for-web

UFRaw

The Unidentified Flying Raw (UFRaw) is a plug-in to read and manipulate raw images from digital cameras and to load them into the Gimp. UFRaw reads raw images using Dave Coffin's raw conversion utility - DCRaw. UFRaw supports color management workflow based on Little CMS, allowing the user to apply ICC color profiles.
Homepage: http://ufraw.sourceforge.net/
User guide: http://ufraw.sourceforge.net/Guide.html

Planet Render

Creates a planet lit on one side, with some kind of atmosphere glow. The size and color of the planet as well as the angle for the light can be set.
An example tutorial can be found here.

- Version 1-2.scm is for GIMP 2.4 and 2.6* and above.
( please note that on 2.6, it is in the "File > Create > Misc" menu )
- Version 1-1.scm is for GIMP 2.2

(10/2010: Updated when I noticed I gave a link to the wrong tutorial. Not that anyone noticed :p)

Minimal Python plugin

This is a minimal python plugin for GIMP. In contrary to gimpfu-based ones, these do have the functions also available in C plugins (query, init, run, quit) and can (actually, have to) use GTK+ directly to create a user interface.

minimal-really.py

I've attached an minimal-really.py plugin, which does only define what is needed for a plugin (query, and the functions to be used). 99% of all python plug-ins will most likely follow this structure.

 

minimal-real.py

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