Re: [Gimp-user] Missing files


For the record, the official Flatpak build has a few extension flatpaks for
plug-ins. And resynthesizer is one of them! This way, even if you use a
distribution where pygtk2 got removed (as is your case on Debian testing),
you can still run GIMP with python plug-ins.

I explain the command lines to install the Flatpak resynthesizer plug-in on
this post:


On Wed, Jul 29, 2020 at 2:18 PM Frank McCormick <beacon videotron ca> wrote:

  Thanks for those links. It appears it's a widespread problem with no
real solution, until Gimp 3.0 is out. We'll see how it works out.


On 7/28/20 10:46 AM, Daniel Smith wrote:
I think it’s because when they moved onto newer versions of Linux they
drop the support for certain packages I looked it up and saw this link
it’ll probably be useful for you. And then the other link is the general
search that I did to find that link

Dan 💚

On Tue, Jul 28, 2020 at 9:35 AM Frank McCormick <beacon videotron ca
<mailto:beacon videotron ca>> wrote:

    On 7/27/20 9:53 PM, Liam R E Quin wrote:
     > On Mon, 2020-07-27 at 20:43 -0400, Frank McCormick wrote:
     >> I am using Debian Bullseye and gimp 2.10. Sometime in the distant
     >> past
     >> the resynthesizer plugin stopped loading and working because of
     >> absence of a library called gimpfu.
     > This is probably from the Python plug-in for GIMP so installing
     > might help.
     > slave liam

         As far as I know there is no python plugin for GIMP, at least
    not in
    the Debian repositories.

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