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Generate Cross Stitch pattern and DMC thread information Script for GIMP

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bogdanaioane
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Re: Generate Cross Stitch pattern and DMC thread information Script for GIMP

Post#71 by bogdanaioane » 05 Nov 2019, 20:20


Hi All,
I have been playing with the plug in today..
great work and thank you so much @tim for this incredible contribution.
I am able to generate simple cross stitch patterns without a problem but get a fatal error right at the end if I try something larger. Is there a size/colour limit to this? I am trying to make a 500 stitches wide 100 colors pattern. Has anyone been able to make patterns of this sort of size and complexity?
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tim
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Post#72 by tim » 05 Nov 2019, 22:07


I have never tried that large... you could possibly be running of memory.
since it makes a 500x20 (IIRC) pixel that's 10,000pixel and then it has to do at least 100 layers so that could take a lot of memory.
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misswhimsy
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Post#73 by misswhimsy » 11 Jan 2020, 17:39


Awesome plugin. I'm running into 1 error though and I'd appreciate some help. Running the latest install on Windows 10. I've rebooted and tried several times with the same result.

Once the script runs, the charted output is not complete. It only places symbols on a few squares.

Image

Any suggestions?

Thanks

Kim
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tim
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Post#74 by tim » 12 Jan 2020, 22:45


Did you download the right version for GIMP 2.10? How it selects or isolate color is a little different from version for GIMP 2.8.
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misswhimsy
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Post#75 by misswhimsy » 12 Jan 2020, 23:29


Hi Tim

I'm running the latest version of gimp and I installed version 15.

Should I try an earlier version?

Thanks so much for the help
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tim
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Post#76 by tim » 13 Jan 2020, 02:13


Version 15 should've worked. Not sure why it's not working for you curious though, try setting your threshold for color picker to like zero
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wolfclaudio
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Post#77 by wolfclaudio » 31 Jan 2020, 20:07


Hi Tim, im try to using thi plug ins, all ok but when i try to save, as a pdf file, i have only a blank pdf. How can i make to dowload my pattern? ty
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tim
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Post#78 by tim » 02 Feb 2020, 15:55


wolfclaudio wrote:
31 Jan 2020, 20:07
Hi Tim, im try to using thi plug ins, all ok but when i try to save, as a pdf file, i have only a blank pdf. How can i make to dowload my pattern? ty
The pattern is designed to work in GIMP.
If you want to export as pdf:
You'll have to right click layers on the pattern and do New from Visible then you can use the Image into Layers plug-in to chop that layer (visible layer) into multiple layers and export as a multipage pdf.
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ericmarceau
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Post#79 by ericmarceau » 17 May 2020, 05:16


[image][/image]Hi Tim,

At first glance, this looks like the ideal tool for me. But a few hurdles. :-(

1) took a while ... but located the ~/.gimp-2.8/plug-ins directory for dropping the script into.

2) after choosing 'python_fu_cross_stitch_tt' (that was not obvious, was looking for 'cross_stitch_tt' ), when I hit enter, I get the following ERROR message:

Traceback (most recent call last): File "<input>", line 1, in <module> NameError: name 'image' is not defined

after taking a wild guess and remplacing the "image" string with my image full-path name, GIMP reported another ERROR, this time for syntax !!! (please refer to the attached image).

Sorry, but not sure how to proceed at this point.
Would appreciate some insights.
Thank you,

P.S. Using Ubuntu since 2004 on old first-generation HP Pavilion Desktop.
Currently using UbuntuMATE 18.04.05 on custom-built AMD 4-CPU core.
CPU: Triple core AMD Phenom II X4 810 (-MCP-) arch: K10 rev.2 cache: 1536 KB
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Disks: 120 GB for experimentation, 500 GB for testing,
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tim
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Post#80 by tim » 20 Jul 2020, 03:06


try running from plug-in rather than console, if you run from console you'll have set image to an opened already opened image in GIMP.
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