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3.  Xtns

3.1.  Introduction to the “Xtns” menu

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Revision $Revision$ 2006-08-08 scb

Figure 10.8.  Contents of the “Xtns” menu

Contents of the Xtns menu

The Xtns menu gets its somewhat cryptic name from the term, “Extensions”. Accordingly, you will find various commands for managing extensions (also known as “plug-ins”) and for accessing scripts here.

Besides the commands presented here, you might find other entries on this menu. They are not part of GIMP itself, but are extensions to it. You can find descriptions of their capabilities in the documentation for the extensions.


 
 
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