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Graphics Muse Tools

The Graphics Muse Tools are a collection of plug-ins and scripts for use with GIMP. The package now includes a set of C plugins (GFXArrows, GFXCards, GFXTrans, GFXLayers, GFXMerge, and GFXShapes) and a set of Perl scripts (GFXDodge, GFXGallery, GFXLayerSave, and GFXLayerOffsets).

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  •  18 Feb 2005 23:18

Release Notes: A port to GIMP 2.2.3 and GTK+ 2.6 was completed. All deprecated features were ported (those with GIMP_DISABLE_DEPRECATED and GTK_DISABLE_DEPRECATED).

  •  31 Jan 2005 02:12

Release Notes: This is the first beta release of the port of the C plugins to GIMP 2.2.3 and GTK+ 2.6. The plugins run with only a few functional problems but in general work as well as the GIMP 1.2 versions. The deprecated features of both GIMP and GTK+ still need to be updated in all plugins, however. The package now only contains the plugins from the old core set; the additional plugins pulled from around the net are no longer being officially maintained.

  •  20 Jun 2003 01:45

    Release Notes: This version updates (and renames) the GFXArrows, GFXCards, and GFXTrans plug-ins. It adds the GFXMerge, GFXLayers, and GFXShapes plug-ins, preset handling for appropriate plug-ins, and support for HTML-based user guides.

    •  01 Apr 2002 01:40

    Release Notes: This release includes over 140 plug-ins and Perl scripts, over 90 Script-Fu scripts, over 130 patterns and over 150 brushes. New plug-ins include SphereDesigner, Freetype (a new text rendering tool), natural media plug-ins, and an easy to use quick launcher for many common plug-ins, plus over 60 other new plug-ins.

    •  19 Feb 2002 16:32

      Release Notes: The complete collection of plug-ins, scripts, and data are now available on CD, prebuilt for use on Red Hat 7.x systems, including a GTK+-based graphical installer. It has also been reported to work on SuSE and Mandrake.


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