Adds context menu items to send image links and image files directly to the GIMP photo editor
Open in GIMP photo editor extension adds a new item to your right-click context menu to open image links in GIMP photo editor. Using this extension you can directly send images to GIMP without the need to manually save them first. If image has a valid URL, then image's link will be sent directly to GIMP. If image is in DATA URL format, then image is stored in your tmp directory and then GIMP is called to open this temp image. Note that for this extension to work you need to have GIMP photo editor installed; https://www.gimp.org/downloads/ You can visit the options page to define GIMP location if extension cannot find it automatically. For FAQs please visit: http://add0n.com/open-in.html?from=gimp For bug reports visit: https://github.com/andy-portmen/native-client/ --- Note For this extension to open images in GIMP photo editor, you will need to install a minimal native client. The instruction to install the native client is displayed once a link opening is requested. There are two short video tutorials in the screenshot section for both Windows, and Linux or Mac operation systems if you want to see the installation steps of the native client. Change Log: 0.1.4: 1. Adds a new option to download images and send local paths to GIMP
- (2019-04-18) Dillon Rasiah: On the first attempt to use it, I was prompted to run a script to install some software on my PC to link up with the extension. With the software installed, it works perfectly.
- (2018-08-12) Jefferson Esteves: pessimo
- (2018-07-07) jan monsen: I was hoping to find exactly something like this. This is a great gift for anyone choosing GIMP over the ridiculously expensive Photoshop that really isn't any better than GIMP at all. Anyone that really gives GIMP a chance, and spend some time learning its tools and its truly powerful abilities will never go back to Photoshop again...why pay all that cash when GIMP can exactly the same and often even more and better than Photoshop ever did. Some more plug-ins and such, and GIMP has left the greedy Photoshop behind by a lot. Without the After- Effect Photoshop got nothing on GIMP... I just wish many more would learn about GIMP and what they are missing out on when they chose to pay ADOBE many times over the real value of that piece of software. Granted, they are very good on customer service, always available for advice and help, and dont mind to give single users special deals and help...which absolutely is really great, but again, very expensive. GIMP is fast free and powerful, and it has a nice learning curve, making it easy to use, and as the time passes it becomes invaluable and something that sooner or later will take over completely what used to be Photoshop domain. Try it, well worth it, I love it, and I'm into photography professionally, as an Astrograph and a semi pro amateur astronomer, I really need strong software thats easy but also contain more advanced functions, and GIMP got it all and then some. I promise.
- (2017-08-23) Cieran Therrien: It did not work and i hate it.
- (2017-05-06) Elizabeth Dubinsky: I don't want to give this two stars. I'm sure it works but it's really confusing since I'm not a computer programmer. I'm sure if I had someone to step me through this, in person, I could use it or if I had the time to read through the instructions to finish the 'puzzle'. I was hoping to just download it and "ta da! You can edit your photos now." But that's not what it looked it. Plus, I couldn't find anything that allowed me to edit photos. It looked like you needed this extension and download another thing to do the photo editing... maybe I'm wrong??
- (2017-02-16) Tiny Bean Baby: How does this work? i tried to go on the website but i could not get on it
- (2017-01-03) crusty cakes: poor