Re: Lab-WOW -How to use it ?

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--- In script-fu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Tim Jacobs <twjacobs@xxxx> wrote:
> Mihai,
> With an interactive tool I still think adding the layer is the most
> efficient (although trivially so). I think you are assuming that 
> would boost the effect more if it were a layer, so you could 
achieve the
> desired effect. I don't think this would be required. If you like 
> effect as it is, you simply leave the layer mode as "normal" and 
> flatten the image. Otherwise you can change the layer mode (or 
> to anything you want and then flatten the image. If you create 
> image but want to combine with the original, then creating another 
> on the original image and copying the resulting labWOW image to 
this new
> layer is more work. As I said, I think the difference is trivial.
> On the other hand, if we're not talking about an interactive tool 
> if we want to use this in batch mode), then I think you would want 
> create a new image since you won't have the visual feedback you 
> want if it were a layer.
> Tim
   Actually i wasn't thinking of batch mode because i seldom use 
gimp in batch mode. it is more useful during development to view a
separate image so you can compare the changes made.. But since it is 
convenient as a separate image in batch mode, i have made an option 
for it called "108 weapons" in version 2.2

  When using interactively, i think it is more useful to have it as 
a layer, then you can work on it or create other layers by calling 
the script repeatedly..


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