Gimp 2.8 network saving bug???
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 3, 2012
I currently upgraded to Ubuntu 12.04.1 64bit and installed Gimp 2.8.2.
Then I found a serious problem. I use NAS to store all my work files and access them via Samba file sharing, but when I try to save a file over the network in Gimp 2.8, I get message telling me the location is not found. I can open files via gvfs without any problem but whenever I want to save or save as a file the error message pops.
I did try some workaround, such as reopened the gvfs folder and reassign the path every time when saving a file. Gimp did save file to the NAS in this way; however, the saved file was corrupted and showed only an empty layer.
BTW, my Ubuntu 12.04.1 was clean installed and the Gimp 2.8 was installed using the otto-kesselgulasch ppa. And this problem does NOT occur in Gimp 2.6.12 which is the default version provided by Precise Pangolin.
Does anyone meet the same problem? I googled for hours but couldn't find any discussion on this issue...
Network Manager Bug in Jaunty 9.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 13, 2009
Posted before under bad title. Sorry
I and can get to the internet fine after some difficulty with using Network Manager (NM). For purposes here I named my connection net1 and my ssid as ssidnet.
Connect Automatically does not work.
Upon reboot or a user logs off and a new user logs on the same machine the net1 does not connect automatically. The user has to do it manually and that is a weird procedure described later in this post.
The box was checked "Connect Automatically" but just does not work in this case.
Available to All Users does not work
Similar to Issue/Bug 1 when a new user is CREATED using Users and Groups there is no configured network icon. You have to create and configure it from scratch using NM. Once you do that then you need to follow the connection procedure as previously described since Connect Automatically does not work.
To attempt to correct this I edited the connection using NM and checked "Available to All Users
Printed a Gimp creation w/o saving. Gave printout. How can I retrieve digital copy?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 31, 2013
I printed something from Gimp to my HP laserjet printer. I did not save a file. I just printed to my printer. I no longer have the printout with me. How can I review a copy of the Gimp file that I printed out. On my Windows 8 computer, are the most recently printed stuff saved somewhere?
Or is there a hidden cache of stuff I've done on Gimp, even if I haven't saved to Gimp?
Saving the network config file...
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 26, 2012
I'm completely new to using Linux and I'll probably ask the most stupid question ever, but I didn't manage to find the answer on the network, so here it is:
I'm modifying the network config file on a Ubuntu server system using the command line. I altered the file but I don't know how to save it. When I press the ctrl + x keyboard combination I get this message at the bottom of the screen:
-- X^ mode (^]^D^E^F^I^K^L^N^O^Ps^U^V^Y)
... and I'm kind of stuck at that screen. Please help!
What caused network connection to fail? Leap year bug?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 3, 2009
This isn't a new install. I've been using Ubuntu 8.04 happily for months now. Then, this morning, boom - no network connection! What could have caused this? Is it a hardware failure? end of year software bug? How can I diagnose and solve this problem? Please help me!
I'm running a Dell Inspiron 1420 laptop, connecting via wireless to a home network. The network is running fine. Something's wrong with the laptop, only I can't tell what it is. I haven't made any system changes recently.
KDE Network Manager Not Saving Settings
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 18, 2009
As if network manager couldn't get any worse, it did. Now, I try to connect and I enter my details. I click through, and then it comes up and asks me my details again, and again, and again, each time wiping out the settings I had typed in before. Even if I choose the option to automatically connect, that option will be cleared too when it pops back up. I deleted all of the network manager configuration files I could find but it won't seem to keep what I am typing in.
It also takes between 10-25 attempts to connect to my wireless router. wicd isn't any better.
Saving a selection Gimp
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 27, 2010
I want to save a selection with Gimp, but it saves also the dashed line.
This is very very annoying. How can i remove the dashed line?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 9, 2008
I'm wondering if anyone else is experiencing this bug with Gimp 2.4.5
when I'm using the rectangular selection tool, holding CTRL is supposed to make it deselect instead of select.. that part is working, but when I hold CTRL it also switches to expand-from-center mode which is NOT the desired effect
[SOLVED] saving images as .svg in GIMP
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 2, 2008
Can I get GIMP help here?
Just for fun, I decided make my own playing card set by altering a copy of the installed card image.
When I went to save, GIMP doesn't seem to offer .svg as an extension option.
Did I miss something?Can the gnome games recognize other image formats?Can I add support for other image formats to GIMP? How?
Did I mention that I'm a total nUUb here in Linux-land? Go easy on the command-line stuff, k?
GIMP ScriptFu help (resizing and saving)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 4, 2010
I'm not sure if this is the right place to be posting this question (sorry for being a total newb), but I was wondering if anyone could help with a very simple script for GIMP. After editing an image, I would like to be able to run a script that will do the following (in order):
1. Save a copy to a folder
2. Resize the image
3. Save a copy of the resized image to a different folder
4. Close the image
Seems simple enough, but without any background in scripting, I've been having a hard time. I've got the resizing part down. Here's what I've come up with:
(define (photoblog-resize-horizontal image drawable)
(let* ((cur-width (car (gimp-image-width image)))
(cur-height (car (gimp-image-height image)))
(height (/ (* cur-height 800) cur-width))
(gimp-image-scale image 800 height)
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