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  • null54 changed the title to G'MIC (09-06-2020)
On 9/3/2020 at 1:18 PM, mackenzieh said:

version 2.9.2 is out. 

 

Updated to G'MIC version 2.9.2.

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4 hours ago, Djisves said:

It'll be nice if you can clarify whether we need to replace the folder every time we replace the dll.

 

Yes, you need to replace the folder every time the plugin is updated.

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  • null54 changed the title to G'MIC (11-17-2020)

Anyone else having problems with the latest version?

When I run the plug-in all seems well to begin with, but then a "Choose Folder" dialogue box appears and the effect does not work.

 

The previous versions of G'MIC worked fine.

 

I am running Windows 10 Pro (2004)

 

Kindest regards

Roger

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  • null54 changed the title to G'MIC (12-01-2020)

The previous version was crashing all the time - this one is stable, thank you. Some of my favorites:

 

-tiled normalization-

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-super-pixels-

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-retro fade-

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-graphic novel-

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PS. Maybe a silly question but some filters save the result only as several images (layers), with no "Output As Separate Layers" box to uncheck. For example, Drop Water has this box (and the option of saving as one image) and Colorize Lineart [Auto Fill] does not. Is it a bug or a feature?

 

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  • null54 changed the title to G'MIC (2020-02-06)

Release version 2.9.5.

Changes:

  • Updated to G'MIC version 2.9.5.
  • Improved the description when saving multiple output images.
  • Only overwrite the canvas when the output image matches the document size.
    • Resized images will be placed on the clipboard and the user will be prompted to save them.
  • Show the save dialog for multiple output images when running as a repeat effect.
  • The G'MIC-Qt Apply button can now be used to "layer" multiple G'MIC effects in a single session.
    • Note that only the most recently applied effect will be used when running as a repeat effect.

 

On 12/1/2020 at 6:19 PM, Vagabondi said:

PS. Maybe a silly question but some filters save the result only as several images (layers), with no "Output As Separate Layers" box to uncheck. For example, Drop Water has this box (and the option of saving as one image) and Colorize Lineart [Auto Fill] does not. Is it a bug or a feature?

 

Those options would be set by the developer of the G'MIC filter.

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  • null54 changed the title to G'MIC (2020-02-12)
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  • null54 changed the title to G'MIC (2020-04-07)
2 hours ago, mackenzieh said:

Version 2.9.7 has been released. 

 

Release version 2.9.7.

Changes:

  • Updated to G'MIC version 2.9.7.
  • Fixed a issue with the handling of hidden layers.
  • Added a missing Qt style plugin.
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