Re: [Gimp-user] Question about bump map location

On 09/02/13 13:32, Judy Wilson wrote:
First, let me say how much I have appreciated the help I've gotten
throughout the years from this list! I'm a 70 year old woman living
in Belize, my husband and I do websites (he's the programmer), I love
the graphic aspect, though he's good at that, too. We have been
open-source users and supporters for over 10 years, sponsored
Software Freedom Day in Belize in 2006 and 2007. We use Ubuntu, GIMP,
and Inkscape applications, he uses all kinds of programming
languages, of course. Kudos to everyone contributing to this list and
the open source movement.

My question: I would like to put a "watermark" of my logo on images,
and I can do so with the Map, Bump Map Filter. However, the location
of the bump map is a problem. At 0 on the X and Y Offset sliders, it
goes into the upper left hand corner. OK. The problem is the sliders
only move to -1000, and my images are often larger than that, and I
want to put the bump map into the lower right hand corner, and the
sliders will not allow that. Typing in the numbers doesn't work, and
moving the bump map in the preview with the middle mouse button
doesn't work. Of course if I make the images smaller I can get it
into the right hand lower corner, but I want to use the larger image.
Any solution for this, or do I have to just live with this ...
defect(?) for now. Thank you!

I can't address the bump map issue, but I've attached a script I
recently wrote to add a watermark to an image in the lower right corner.  
I'm sure others have done similar things long ago but I've found it 
useful; it can be used in batch mode or via the ui.  Just stick it in 
your .gimp-2.8/scripts folder.  It will appear under "garya" on the main 
menu bar; you probably will want to change that label :-) and the
default watermark file name/location.


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