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Gimp rounded corners by PiradoIV Gimp rounded corners by PiradoIV
Introduction:

This Script-Fu converts your image into a more cool pic adding rounded corners, with customizable size and color.

Installation:

Copy the .scm file into the Gimp's scripts directory, and then you can refresh scripts or re-open the app.

Usage:

Open an image and click on Xtns, Script-Fu, Corners, Rounded corners (in the main Window).

Enjoy!,
Pirado IV =]
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ookami292 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
i can't get it to work
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ookami292 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
i can't get it to work
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ookami292 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2010
i have problembs
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AtheistRulZ Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2009
I have a problem too, it says to me, that the variables are wrong declared or something kinda...
'Bad Syntax....spec in: let*[...]'
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PiradoIV Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2008
Hi,

Are you using Windows? Mac? Linux?.

=)
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nicolezombiee Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2008
hey there (:
i've downloaded the .scm file
but can you tell me where the script directory is?
i'm really new to gimp
thankss
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hiddensphinx Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2008
excellent!!! thanks you

I was looking for something like this
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PiradoIV Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2008
enjoy! =)
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joesbox Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2005
i seem to be having problems with this. all i get is a second level that says "Borde"
i found the round-corners script that came with the gimp and it works but i would like to fix yours if it is broken or maybe i did something wrong. i put the script into my home directory/.gimp-2.2/scripts. not the main script directory. did i do wrong?
please help.
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PiradoIV Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2005
Try to set the "Borde" layer to visible.
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