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gimpCopy

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KDE Service Menu

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Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  838
Submitted:  Sep 20 2007
Updated:  May 8 2009

Description:

I often find myself opening a file in the GIMP only to copy it to a new file and close the original. This adds an option to the Actions menu for all image mimetypes to achieve that same result in one step. Yeah, this is probably completely useless to you, but it's my first service menu and I felt like sharing. :-D

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:
After much trial and error, I was unable to make this service menu work when installed to $HOME/.kde/share/services/ServiceMenus, so you'll have to install it system-wide - just copy it to /usr/share/kde4/services/ServiceMenus/

***READ THIS***
The GIMP command-line option that this uses (--as-new) is only available in GIMP 2.3.16 and later, so if yours is any older than that, THIS WON'T WORK. Sorry. :-\ If you have any suggestions on how this functionality might be implemented without that command-line option, please let me know. Thanks.




Changelog:

1.0
Nothing new, just updated for KDE 4.

0.1
Initial Release




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 Thanks for sharing

 
 by BorgQueen on: Sep 21 2007
 
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I do the same thing, this is very useful to me!
Thank you!


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 Re: Thanks for shari

 
 by Contrast on: Sep 21 2007
 
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Thanks, glad you like it.


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 Doesn't seem to work

 
 by BorgQueen on: Sep 21 2007
 
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Hmm, it doesn't work.
It begins to launch gimp but then it closes.
I'm on Ark Linux 07.1.
If you'd like you can join us on Freenode in #arklinux, so we can work on it.

Thanks!


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 Re: Doesn't seem to

 
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I'll head in there within a day or two when I've got some time. Until then, can you make sure the version of GIMP you're using supports the "--as-new" option?


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 Re: Re: Doesn't seem to

 
 by BorgQueen on: Sep 22 2007
 
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Invalid option "--as-new"
GIMP version 2.2.17
I guess not.


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 Nice :)

 
 by maniaco on: Sep 21 2007
 
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Quite useful!

(ps. very nice kicker wallpaper you opened :D)

Michael (maniaco)


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 flames.png

 
 by nightysaw on: Sep 22 2007
 
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Hi, I like your idea.

But my primary goal is to ask you if it would be possible to get the flames.png which is shown in the screenshot. I would like to use it as kickerbackground.

nice regards
nighty


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 Re: flames.png

 
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You can find that background in the pack located here: http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/total+work+pack?content=64870


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 Thanks!

 
 by amanda on: May 9 2009
 
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Thanks so much for this! What a great idea you had...this will definitely come in useful for me as I always use gimp to edit photos, but save the originals unscathed. Thanks again!


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 Re: Thanks!

 
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Glad you like it, thanks for the kind words.


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 Could someone please explain?

 
 by Sciamano72 on: May 9 2009
 
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I don't understand the usefulness of this.
Why don't you simply copy/paste the original file and work on the copy?


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 Re: Could someone please explain?

 
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Umm... Fewer steps, especially if you don't already have GIMP open. Like I said in the description, I don't expect this to be especially useful for most people.


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 Re: Re: Could someone please explain?

 
 by Sciamano72 on: May 10 2009
 
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I was not criticizing. I really wanted to understand why this could be useful. Since it's a Konqueror/Dolphin servicemenu, you already have them open, therefore I can't help but point out that copying/pasting a file should already be a matter of one second. :-)


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