Difference between revisions of "Hacking:Porting filters to GEGL/UI review"

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|Perlin Noise|| Filters/Render/Noise ||{{yes|noise-perlin }} || {{yes}} || {{yes|tested}}|| OK
 
|Perlin Noise|| Filters/Render/Noise ||{{yes|noise-perlin }} || {{yes}} || {{yes|tested}}|| OK
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|Plasma || Filters/Render/Noise ||{{yes|plasma }} || {{yes}} || {{yes|tested}}|| OK
 
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|Channel Mixer|| Colours/Components ||{{yes|channel-mixer }} || {{yes}} || {{yes|tested}}|| Fixed with custom UI. Monchrome mode functionality moved to Mono Mixer
 
|Channel Mixer|| Colours/Components ||{{yes|channel-mixer }} || {{yes}} || {{yes|tested}}|| Fixed with custom UI. Monchrome mode functionality moved to Mono Mixer

Revision as of 10:25, 12 December 2014

Reviewing UI&props of ported operations

GIMP filter Menu group GEGL operation Reviewed/Revised Test result Comment
Cell noise Filters/Render/Noise noise-cell No tested UI makes mostly sense. 2 discrete step Rank value slider is odd, but tolerable
Perlin Noise Filters/Render/Noise noise-perlin Yes tested OK
Plasma Filters/Render/Noise plasma Yes tested OK
Channel Mixer Colours/Components channel-mixer Yes tested Fixed with custom UI. Monchrome mode functionality moved to Mono Mixer
Unsharp Mask Filters/Enhance unsharp-mask No tested Parameters differ in naming and essence in OP, threshold parameter is totally missing.