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  1. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #41

    Hopachi said:
    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.
    On 2.8 I found QT to be faster actually, on my system you notice the difference, in speed really.
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  2. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #42

    wow, this 2.10 is fast.
    I used repair/solidify, that used to take a while on 2.8, but 2.10 uses all 12 threads and just fly's!
    My test:

    From this:


    To this in 2 seconds(instead of 30 seconds):
    Gimp Update out-jokertoon-large.png
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  3. Hopachi's Avatar
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       #43

    Well I've updated here with the one in your link, Cliff.
    Worth it.

    GTK is just two files install.
    Gimp Update out-builds.png

    Seems to be a pre-release of gmic 2.2.3 for gimp 2.10 so thanks again for the link!
    Gimp Update out-gmic-new.png
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  4. Hopachi's Avatar
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       #44

    Cliff S said:
    wow, this 2.10 is fast.
    I used repair/solidify, that used to take a while on 2.8, but 2.10 uses all 12 threads and just fly's!
    Interesting benchmarks.

    Indeed. As I said, multi-core support is a game-changer for 2.10.
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  5. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #45

    Hopachi said:
    Well I've updated here with the one in your link, Cliff.
    Worth it.

    GTK is just two files install.
    Gimp Update out-builds.png


    Seems to be a pre-release of gmic 2.2.3 for gimp 2.10 so thanks again for the link!
    Gimp Update out-gmic-new.png
    You're welcome:)
    Hopachi said:
    Interesting benchmarks.

    Indeed. As I said, multi-core support is a game-changer for 2.10.
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  6. lehnerus2000's Avatar
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       #46

    Interesting


    Cliff S said:
    wow, this 2.10 is fast.
    I used repair/solidify, that used to take a while on 2.8, but 2.10 uses all 12 threads and just fly's!
    On my PC (W7) I've found that some tools are very slow compared to v2.8.22 (e.g. Stretch Contrast HSV).
    I only had 1 plugin that was incompatible (Greycstoration).

    I also have a weird bug with the Polygon Selection tool.
    I can draw a polygon, but it isn't a selection.
    I have to switch to the Move tool to make the polygon a selection.
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  7. Hopachi's Avatar
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       #47

    The most annoying hang/crash here so far is the Procedure Browser.
    It hangs on close or selecting text or by making the window inactive... This one is needed for porting older scripts to newer version of GIMP. It works but less stable than in 2.8 so far.

    lehnerus2000 said:
    On my PC (W7) I've found that some tools are very slow compared to v2.8.22 (e.g. Stretch Contrast HSV).
    Here as well. But the difference is not that big or might depend on image...

    lehnerus2000 said:
    I only had 1 plugin that was incompatible (Greycstoration).
    See here:
    GREYCstoration | GIMP Plugin Registry

    That's an old one.
    It was replaced by GMIC.
    G'MIC - GREYC's Magic for Image Computing: A Full-Featured Open-Source Framework for Image Processing

    lehnerus2000 said:
    I also have a weird bug with the Polygon Selection tool.
    I can draw a polygon, but it isn't a selection.
    I have to switch to the Move tool to make the polygon a selection.
    Free select or cage transform? I don't see any "Polygon Selection tool" in 2.10... hmmm... where am I looking?
    Last edited by Hopachi; 06 May 2018 at 11:41.
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  8. DaddyG's Avatar
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       #48

    There's a portable Gimp 2.10.0 from samj that comes in 64 and 32 bit **separate** installations all in the same 7-zip archive.

    see: https://samjcreations.blogspot.co.uk/

    The download link: :http://www.aljacom.com/~gimp/GimpEval-2.10-Win.7z

    is a monster 400 MB file.

    If portables aren't of interest to you, you can find a combined 32+64-bit 2.10.0 installer here:

    https://eternallybored.org/misc/gimp/

    T
    his enables support for 32 bit plugins.
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  9. lehnerus2000's Avatar
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       #49

    I think that happened quite a few years ago (I remember looking at it).

    However I had no idea how to use G'MIC, so I stuck with GREYCstoration (at least I had worked out how some things operated in it).

    I saw some people complaining that G'MIC wasn't working on their systems (in GIMP 2.10.0).

    Hopachi said:
    Free select or cage transform? I don't see any "Polygon Selection tool" in 2.10... hmmm... where am I looking?
    Apparently its official name is "Free Select Tool".

    Gimp Update out-gimp-2.10.0-free-selection-glitch.png

    When the shape is closed using the mouse, the polygon isn't a selection.
    If I change tools after drawing the polygon, it becomes a selection.

    When the shape is closed using the "Enter" key (rather than the mouse) it becomes a selection, just like the previous versions of GIMP.
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  10. Hopachi's Avatar
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       #50

    That's OK. A couple of weird renames were made here and there between 2.9's.

    lehnerus2000 said:
    When the shape is closed using the mouse, the polygon isn't a selection.
    If I change tools after drawing the polygon, it becomes a selection.

    When the shape is closed using the "Enter" key (rather than the mouse) it becomes a selection, just like the previous versions of GIMP.
    Yes indeed! In 2.10 all or most tools need an enter button action to apply; the good thing is that you can easily change shape before applying by all control points. In general it's now a two step operation; but there are other tools that benefit from this and are more user-friendly than in older version.

    You can also double-click inside the shape to make a selection of it; to keep it a mouse-only operation.

    I definitely like how the new gradient tool works. Way easier to preview it live before applying.
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