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  1. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #31

    Hopachi said:
    @Cliff S We'll have to keep 2.8 around for the time being. Both versions can be installed in parallel. But no simultaneous runtime.

    I'm new to the porting stuff. Also done in my spare time. I begin small, that is: small plugins.So far I only managed to port the Iconify plugin: also getting rid of the Vista icon logic: Win10 only has 32bit image layers; no 8-bit or 4-bit ones.

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    That's ok, it's not like the older version is a security problem, like Image Magick can be
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       #32

    Cliff S said:
    That's ok, it's not like the older version is a security problem, like Image Magick can be
    True. I also have 2.8 around considering all that stuff we integrated in plugins.
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  3. Hopachi's Avatar
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       #33

    Cliff S said:
    All these I "need" ported(except the Gimp installer of course)
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    There might be a lot of important plugins in those packages but from afar it seems to be a lot of stuff inside.

    Crux-... libcrux-: v2 theming engine; old gtk themes don't work anymore in the standard 2.10 build; might still work in Partha's GIMP builds with a tweak or two but I'm not sure. Keep an eye on his site as Partha always seem to add more plugins in the pack. It has gmic by default.

    We now do have dark themes by default so a clone of one of these in another color will get us a new theme in theory.

    GAP - the animation framework - will get replaced. I noticed SDL.dll installed, we'll see where the project is headed but I read somewhere that the animation package will be renewed. Wait and see.

    Extensions is a big package - a lot of outdated dll's and scripts... will take a while till people replace this one.

    Iconify is easy to port; as I said I made it make Win10 'certified' icons. I'll add a link somewhere in next post.

    GMIC works; installed it from gmic site; don't overwrite any dll's.

    In general, we'll need to check this site from time to time:
    GIMP Help | GIMP Plugin Registry
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  4. Hopachi's Avatar
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       #34

    Iconify for Gimp 2.10


    @Cliff S
    Here's the iconify port. For Gimp 2.10, it makes icons for Windows 10.

    Place the scm file in GIMP's 'share\gimp\2.0\scripts' location. (RE)start GIMP.

    Cheers!
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  5. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #35

    Works great, thanks!

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    The first install "uninstalled Gimp 2.8 but left all the plug ins and addons, so opening Gimp I keep getting the errors and had to click about a 1000 times ok, after the 5th one, I killed it in task manager, and uninstalled EVERYTHING to do with Gimp, deleted all the folders in AppData, User Folder, ProgramData(On C: drive), and the Gimp keys in current user & system.

    Now it opens clean.
    Until I try and install G'MIC probably
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       #36

    Horace, gmic 2.2.2. is not working for me
    It doesn't show up in Filters
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  7. Hopachi's Avatar
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       #37

    Cliff S said:
    The first install "uninstalled Gimp 2.8 but left all the plug ins and addons, so opening Gimp I keep getting the errors and had to click about a 1000 times ok, after the 5th one, I killed it in task manager, and uninstalled EVERYTHING to do with Gimp, deleted all the folders in AppData, User Folder, ProgramData(On C: drive), and the Gimp keys in current user & system.
    I'm late mentioning not to mix the install folders but you discovered that the hard way.
    Keep then in two separate folders in Program Files and all is well.Gimp Update out-gimps.png
    Cliff S said:
    Until I try and install G'MIC probably
    I'll add something up...
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  8. Hopachi's Avatar
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       #38

    Cliff S said:
    Horace, gmic 2.2.2. is not working for me
    It doesn't show up in Filters
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    This are my steps for the GTK version, follow in order.

    1. get the gtk zip
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    2. extract dll's to bin folder
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    3. skip replacement: only one dll is extra there.
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    4. extract the exe and the rest (no dll's!) to the plugin folder
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    5. fire it up and start gmicing
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  9. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #39

    I got G'MIC to work differently now.

    I downloaded the 2.10 ported ones from here, and did malware and AV checks, both clear: gmic-community/plug-ins_GMIC_GIMP_GTK_for_GIMP-2.10.0_20180430.7z at master · dtschump/gmic-community · GitHub

    Extracted with 7 Zip, and place both folders in:
    C:\Program Files\GIMP 2\lib\gimp\2.0\plug-ins

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    In preferences added to the plugins folder:

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    Now no extra folders in the User folders, and I have both gtk & qt:
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  10. Hopachi's Avatar
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       #40

    Cliff S said:
    I got G'MIC to work differently now.

    I downloaded the 2.10 ported ones from here, and did malware and AV checks, both clear: gmic-community/plug-ins_GMIC_GIMP_GTK_for_GIMP-2.10.0_20180430.7z at master · dtschump/gmic-community · GitHub

    Extracted with 7 Zip, and place both folders in:
    C:\Program Files\GIMP 2\lib\gimp\2.0\plug-ins

    Gimp Update out-image-001.png
    In preferences added to the plugins folder:

    Gimp Update out-image-007.png
    Now no extra folders in the User folders, and I have both gtk & qt:
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    Thanks for the link, as the official ones I used are still 2.8 noted. But either way it should work.

    No need for QT and GTK one at the same time; they're the same plugin but different UI, so one is enough.
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