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    **** Update 08.01.2009 ****
    New version of GURM is out.

    Change log for GURM V0.7:
    • Added some basic error windows
      - GURM now tells you, if the paths set in the gurm.ini are wrong
      - GURM now tells you, if it cant find the gurm.ini
      Earlier versions simply closed without any feedback
    • Started to clean up the code
    • Fixed progress bar count
    • Added support for .jpg, .png, .tiff, .bmp and .gif files for the Pattern Manager
    • Added support for .svg files for the Gradient Manager
    • Fixed sorting for GUI


    Please consider to upgrade to this version, even if you do not need its changes, as I plan to write an upgrade script beginning with the next update for GURM, which will make updating easier. This script will require V0.7 or later as I made a minor code change how the script searches for the gurm.ini.

    How to upgrade

    • Unzip the attached gurm.zip to a temporary folder
    • Copy the new gurm.py to the plug-ins folder. Please be sure to either remove the old version or overwrite it.
    • Set the path to the gurm.ini in the new gurm.py. Please be aware that it has changed in this version. Be sure to read the readme.
    • Version 0.7 has a change to the gurm.ini file which means:
    • You either have to overwrite your existing gurm.ini with the new one and set the paths again (recommended for less computer experienced peps as you can follow the readme)
    • Or add the changes manually:
      - change the pattern manager extensions line to (be careful to end the line with a "," and dont use any spaces between the ",":
      extensions = .pat,.jpg,.png,.tiff,.bmp,.gif,
      - change the gradient manager extensions line to (be careful to end the line with a "," and dont use any spaces between the ",":
      extensions = .ggr,.svg,


    Quick upgrade for those who allready manually fixed the gurm.ini
    If you allready did those gurm.ini changes you do not have to do anything with the gurm.ini - just replace the existing gurm.py in your plug-ins folder with the new version and reset the path to the gurm.ini in it.

    First time installation
    If you dont update and downloading GURM for the first time, please be sure to read the readme. It tells you how to setup GURM properly. It is easier than it actually reads

    **** Update 08.01.2009 ****


    Please be aware that this is a beta release. I have tested it myself and didnt have any problems but this doesnt mean that there are none.

    Please be sure to read the readme, cause it helps

    Please tell me, if you have any problems with GURM.

    Thanks for using GURM!

    If you dont know what GURM is, take a look here.

    If you dont know how to use python plug-ins for GIMP, take a look here.
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    For the moronic out there.... I would highly suggest putting in something like "DO NOT OPEN AND SAVE GURM.ini WITH Microsoft Word!!!!"

    Good work... will try it out when I have some more time....

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    Post Bug found

    Sorry version 0.52 was bugged, please download the new version.

    Sorry for that.
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    sorry if im being a complete idiot here, but....


    what the heck is gurm? (&) what does it do?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sagenlicht View Post
    If you dont know what GURM is, take a look here.

    If you dont know how to use python plug-ins for GIMP, take a look here.
    I'll quote myself

    Just take a look in that thrat and you see whats the idea behind it.

    In short: it does help you organize your resources like custom brushes and patterns.
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    Post New version released

    A new version of GURM is availible

    It adds a Script-Fu manager and fixes a bug.

    @a Mod:
    Could a mod please rename this threat to [GIMP Plug-in] GURM ? I messed up the threat title, with this change it would be similar to all my other GIMP plug-ins threats. Thanks
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    I installed but while i was setting the paths in the ini file i was surprised by this

    extensions = .pat,
    extensions = .ggr,
    that means that jpg,png,bmp,gif and tiff will be not accepted as patterns ?

    Gimp may use all that kind of files for patterns and most of my patterns to organize are jpg,png or bmp

    and same for gradient i could not organize svg gradients ?

    i was tempted to try to edit the ini file adding the the other compatible file extensions..but there is a such clear warning that i thought better ask before ...

    So is possible add,as supported file type for patterns
    .jpg,.png,.tiff,.bmp,.gif
    and for gradients svg?

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    Hi PhotoComix,

    well GURM simply doesnt support those files cause honestly I wasnt aware that GIMP can handle those files

    I will fix that in my next release, you can add the support manually as you allready guessed by editing the ini-file. Just be careful that you dont have any spaces and end the line with a "," . It should look like this for patterns:

    Code:
    extensions = .pat,.jpg,.png,.tiff,.bmp,.gif,
    and like this for the gradients:

    Code:
    extensions = .ggr,.svg,
    Sorry for this, but thanks for trying out GURM .
    Last edited by RobA; 12-08-2008 at 11:00 AM. Reason: fixed a typo- pattern and gradient were flipped in the code snips
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    @photocomix-

    Thanks for coming over from gimptalk, and thanks for pointing this out!

    (Boy, I feel like an idiot! I never tried pointing a pattern folder to a directory with something other than patterns....)

    This suddenly makes GURM waaaayyyy more useful for me And makes my "image to pattern" scrip waaay less useful )

    -Rob A>

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