Martin Osieka

'GiMP Native Format' FileType Plugin (.XCF, .XCFGZ, .XCFBZ2)

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Just being curious but why would someone use Gimp when we have Paint.Net?

A former GIMP user might have accidentally made a piece of art, perhaps by trial and error. Now they wish to open that image with the best free image editor and give it some awesomeness!! This plugin allows them to open said image ;)

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A former GIMP user might have accidentally made a piece of art, perhaps by trial and error. Now they wish to open that image with the best free image editor and give it some awesomeness!! This plugin allows them to open said image ;)

 

So, in essence this is very similar to the Plugin that allows us to open PSD files in paint.net?

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How come my post has been changed to 'bloody potato' internet? I never use bad language on any forum.

 

 

:|  are you serious @Gooney ?  Is this a 'spammer' at work? 

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Update 1.4 (31.12.2014)
- Fix to support Paint.NET 4.0.5 which is more strict in the order of serialized data.

 

Thanks for reporting and a Happy New Year.

 

Still 1 1/2 hours left in Switzerland but I have to hurry up now. cu next year.

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How come my post has been changed to 'bloody potato' internet? I never use bad language on any forum.

autofilter. Sometimes it's overzealous :lol:

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Update 1.4 (31.12.2014)

- Fix to support Paint.NET 4.0.5 which is more strict in the order of serialized data.

 

Thanks for reporting and a Happy New Year.

 

Still 1 1/2 hours left in Switzerland but I have to hurry up now. cu next year.

Thank you! :)

 

(I have been able to resurface on the Internet. :D That was a hard few weeks lol.)

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The comsquare site may be experiencing some difficulty of late, or maybe it's down at certain times of day due to maintenance. It was working for me yesterday but not today. Try again at different times during the day.

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Does anyone have a backed up latest version of this plugin? If so, can you post it?

 

Thanks,

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You are in luck, I think.

I still have a copy of the files but I do not know what version. I only know the files are from 2014.

I added a copyright disclaimer in it but since nobody reads readme.txt files I used a little trick from Winrar. ;)

ImXCF.zip

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On 9/11/2017 at 2:15 PM, RoosSkywalker said:

You are in luck, I think.

I still have a copy of the files but I do not know what version. I only know the files are from 2014.

I added a copyright disclaimer in it but since nobody reads readme.txt files I used a little trick from Winrar. ;)

ImXCF.zip

 

Thanks. I know .DLL is for plugins directory but what does .EXE file do?

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On 26-10-2017 at 6:59 PM, TechnicGeek said:

 

Thanks. I know .DLL is for plugins directory but what does .EXE file do?

From what I remember, it needed to be placed in the FileTypes folder along with the DLL because the .EXE is needed to run the DLL.

The .PDF plugin for Paint.NET also uses a .EXE in the same way.

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