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    Question: which GIMP versions is the script compatible with? and where does the file go? (GIMP help isn't being especially helpful there) Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaumains View Post
    Question: which GIMP versions is the script compatible with? and where does the file go? (GIMP help isn't being especially helpful there) Thanks.
    It should work with 2.6 and later. What is your OS? That will determine the location.....

    But generally: http://docs.gimp.org/en/install-script-fu.html

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    Thanks Roba, looks like it's working now; I was just wary of putting the file in the wrong place; GIMP doesn't seem to have an integrated method of redirecting or reappropriating files. I'm using Win 7, GIMP 2.6.11. I moved it to C:\Users\[Username]\.gimp-2.6\scripts, and it seems to be working right. Thanks for writing this up! Rep'd.

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    This works perfectly! I used the maximum number of subdivisions and smoothness of 5. I also used your GIMP guide to creating an artistic regional map to create fractalized shores. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RanDomino View Post
    This works perfectly! I used the maximum number of subdivisions and smoothness of 5. I also used your GIMP guide to creating an artistic regional map to create fractalized shores. Thanks!
    Glad you found it useful!

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    This is lovely! If you start with a big continent- or world-level map, you can then take a subsection of the base layers and fractalize them, producing progressive detail without having to re-draw the basics.

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