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Apply Preset Curves to Visible Layers Script for GIMP

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Re: Apply Preset Curves to Visible Layers Script for GIMP

Post#11 by tim » 25 Oct 2016, 20:00


holding down the windows key what does that do?
I know Alt-PrtSc takes the window's shot.
PrtSc takes the whole screen.
but what's Windows key and prtsc do? I can't tell the different between that and ..is there a way to take multiple screen shots or something?
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Post#12 by Wallace » 25 Oct 2016, 21:26


admin wrote:holding down the windows key what does that do?
I know Alt-PrtSc takes the window's shot.
PrtSc takes the whole screen.
but what's Windows key and prtsc do? I can't tell the different between that and ..is there a way to take multiple screen shots or something?
All I know is,
that I hold down the windows key, while continually press the Print Screen key.
For ever tap of the print screen key. I get a PNG snapshot image of my screen saved to My Pictures folder.

This doesn't happen if you just press the print screen key by itself.
By holding the windows key, it saves a snapshot to a specific folder, with every tap of the print screen key.
Just taping the print screen key only saves the current screen and only one screenshot at a time is saved to V-ram.
You can tap the print screen key all day long, but it will only save the most current screenshot. It doesn't save consecutive screenshots and it doesn't save the screenshots as a png file.

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By the way...

I was wondering,
if a script could be made to use a preset's for the Enhance>Sharpen filter.
To sharpen every visible layer, much like the other script you just made for color curves of every visible layer?
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Post#13 by tim » 25 Oct 2016, 21:49


Picture's folder and so that allows for mutiple screen shots then, that's great.
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do you mean Filter->Enhance->Sharpen? I don't see a preset.
Don't you mean just a sharpness value and it applies it to all visible layers?
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Wallace
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Post#14 by Wallace » 25 Oct 2016, 21:55


admin wrote:do you mean Filter->Enhance->Sharpen? I don't see a preset.
Don't you mean just a sharpness value and it applies it to all visible layers?
Your'e correct sir, there is no presets for Filter->Enhance->Sharpen.
So,
I would guess that if I can somehow use a sharpness setting and apply that setting to every layer, that would also work?
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tim
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Post#15 by tim » 25 Oct 2016, 21:57


yeah. script can be written for such function. it's easy.
coming up soon.
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Wallace
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Post#16 by Wallace » 25 Oct 2016, 22:04


admin wrote:yeah. script can be written for such function. it's easy.
coming up soon.
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Post#17 by tim » 25 Oct 2016, 22:08


you know i am gonna add these smileys too right ...after i upload this script.
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Post#18 by Wallace » 25 Oct 2016, 22:09


admin wrote:you know i am gonna add these smileys too right ...after i upload this script.
:roll:
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Post#19 by Wallace » 25 Oct 2016, 22:12


If it were up to me.
All the smileys would be purple.
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Post#20 by tim » 25 Oct 2016, 22:15


script is up Enhance->Sharpen To Visible Layers Script For GIMP
well if you keep showing me such good looking smileys, soon we'll have many purple ones :D
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