Yesterday I read an article on Linux.com about gimp-userfiler, a project I tested in the earliest version.
As I’m a fan of The Gimp, I could not let it pass…
So I tested it again last night and I was very happy to see that it works… and it even works great !
The project of Jens Ch. Restemeier and Torsten Neuer allows to import Photoshop(tm) filters to The Gimp.
Here are some screenshots of importing .ffl files (from ) and using them:
Some examples :
I’ve also created an rpm for Fedora 9 x86_64 ( not using checkinstall 😉 )
I’m very happy with this project that improve again the value of The Gimp!
 Steve’s Desktop Photography
i am preparing another mirror , for the windows binary just compiled by Francois Collard .
I stumble on this page while searching doc related to the very first version b, but was a good find
If you agree i will like to add a html copy of this page that contains useful info , to the “How to use” folder that will be included…oh well if not i may just add a link, let me know.
P.S my mirror is not on a “serious” site as sourceforge but on Deviantart, anyway provide in my opinion a more friendly download to windows user (is mostly dedicated to plugin hard to find compiled for windows as GAP, Mathmap, Greycstoration,Fix-.C.A, and similar….mostly not only several “resources” i.e extra mathmap filters are for all OS)
PS i do not see a link for the rpm you quote
No problem feel free 😉
the rpm is the link #4