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G'MIC (10-11-2019)

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4 hours ago, mackenzieh said:

I have Gmic loaded to paint.net, except it is the previous version 2.6.1. 

 

The paint.net plugin has not been updated to 2.6.2 yet.

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25 minutes ago, null54 said:

 

The paint.net plugin has not been updated to 2.6.2 yet.

Oh, okay. Do you know when that will be?  I ask because on the gmic site, the gmic plugins for Krita and Gimp have been updated to 2.6.2 and paint.net is listed as having an update. 

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It'll come shortly. Anytime that Krita and GIMP has the latest version as a option, Paint.NET will follow soon. And we're at that point. David_Tschumperle announces the latest version release from time to time in discuss.pixls.us forum. You can also visit the https://gmic.eu/ to find out the latest version, and if it doesn't match the PDN version, you can see it'll come shortly.

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21 minutes ago, mackenzieh said:

Do you know when that will be? 

 

Now. 🙂

 

Updated to G'MIC version 2.6.2.

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<3 @null54!

 

Thank you very much for the new version. :cake: :coffee: Just downloaded, nevertheless 2.6.3.0 shows dll.

 

Gmicdll.png

 

 

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On 5/10/2019 at 3:30 PM, Woodsy said:

 

None! I just opened the plugin. It crashed PDN but opened the plugin. Although I couldn't do anything with the plugin. Weird!

 

On 5/10/2019 at 4:34 PM, Woodsy said:

I was trying to install the plugin and PDN didn't like it. It crashed out PDN and left the plugin open but I couldn't do anything with it.

 

This issue just occurred on my system, too. I have paint.NET 4.1.6, 64-bit, on Windows 7. 

 

Paint.NET is able to launch the gmic plugin, but the plugin's preview remains empty (transparent), and I get an immediate notice that paint.NET has crashed and gone bye-bye.

 

I went ahead and sent the crash log to the email address shown in the log report, and I've attached the log here as well.

 

Thank you much!

pdncrash.6.log

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50 minutes ago, DBKettrey said:

This issue just occurred on my system, too. I have paint.NET 4.1.6, 64-bit, on Windows 7. 

 

I have no idea why the plugin fails to work on some systems. 😕

On 5/10/2019 at 6:16 PM, null54 said:

The crash indicates that Paint.NET is not receiving the data the G'MIC plugin is sending, but I am not able to reproduce it. 

The only suggestion I have is to try reinstalling the plugin.

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I don't know if this makes any difference or not, but I also have another GMIC installed on my system as the GIMP plugin. The thing that I thought was odd is this: when I first launched the GMIC plugin in paint.NET, the plugin's filter list showed all 519 filters plus all of my Favorites which I had set in the GIMP's plugin. This makes me believe that the paint.NET plugin is somehow referencing GIMP's gmic folder which is located at C:\Users\DB KETTREY\AppData\Roaming\gmic.

 

As a test, I moved GIMP's gmic folder completely out of the AppData folder, then relaunched the gmic plugin in paint.NET. Lo and behold, the gmic plugin then showed just the basic 300+ filters and NO Favorites, which is what I would have expected it to do. But paint.NET still crashed, regardless.

 

This makes me think that the paint.NET plugin and the GIMP plugin (and their dll's, perhaps) somehow intermingle in a bad way.

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Don't move the gmic folder out of the appdata folder, that's not needed. By the way, when two gmic versions are different, the newer version is going to erase all info of older .gmic files specifically for older version of gmic. You can change location of gmic plugin in GIMP to avoid conflict.

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Created using sketch effect, I then duplicated the image, changed the blend mode to multiply and then used sepia2 effect. 

rlmh6cI.jpg

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Awesome @sashwilko it is ready for a frame and then onto a wall :)  Great piece <3

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<3 @sashwilko!

 

Absolutely wonderful idea and realization! Beautifully presented - love this! Thank you for sharing this with us! :cake: :coffee:
 

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2 hours ago, mackenzieh said:

gmic has been updated to version 2.6.6.

 

Updated to G'MIC version 2.6.6.

I had originally planned to wait until after Pant.NET 4.2 was released so I could use the new clipboard code, but I can always make that change when releasing a later version.

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4 hours ago, null54 said:

 

Updated to G'MIC version 2.6.6.

I had originally planned to wait until after Pant.NET 4.2 was released so I could use the new clipboard code, but I can always make that change when releasing a later version.

Oh, okay. Do what you feel is best. :) 

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