Resynthesizer Plugin. Works like Photoshop content aware selector.
Pixabay royalty-free images.
Add background and image Make shadow of image insert
Save the image (.xfc) Save the image as "01.jpg"
3D Backgound Layer
Hide the main image and shadow New transparent layer (bg1)
Create Another transparent layer (bg2)
Drag-and-drop BOTH images to a Facebook post. Facebook will recognize the PAIR as a 3D image, and convert automatically!
I modified my preferences to eliminate the overdone, fat, ridiculous bullshit in the Windows fonts that can't be deleted. I'm left with:
C:\Users\winde\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Fonts [deleted from preferences]
C:\Program Files\GIMP 2\share\gimp\2.0\fonts
It didn't work. I love it when programmers make promises they can't keep.
Simply press the slash key ( / ) to open a search dialog, and type. For example, try "whi" and you'll offerings such as:
If you type "whir" all you get is the Whirl and Pinch tool as an offering.
If you have multiple layers, and you don't remember which layer a particular item in your image is on, click on the item using Alt+MMB and Gimp will select the layer AND show the layer name at the bottom!
The canvas rotation mode can be activated with any currently selected tool. Just press Shift and start dragging the middle mouse button up or down.
Use the additional Ctrl modifier to rotate with 15° step.
To reset the rotation:
Add Node: Press Shift while editing a path, hover over the path, the cursor changes to a plus-sign. Click on the path to add a node.
File Name: templaterc
Data for templates are stored in plain text files, and templates appear in the order found in the file. Template info looks like:
(GimpTemplate "FB Tall 650x850" (width 650) (height 850) (unit pixels) (xresolution 72) (yresolution 72) (resolution-unit inches) (image-type rgb) (precision u8-gamma) (color-managed yes) (color-profile NULL) (fill-type background) (comment "Created with GIMP")) (GimpTemplate "16:9 -1920" (width 1920) (height 1080) (unit pixels) (xresolution 72) (yresolution 72) (resolution-unit inches) (image-type rgb) (precision u8-gamma) (color-managed yes) (color-profile NULL) (fill-type white) (comment "Created with GIMP")) (GimpTemplate "16:9 - 1920 vert"
On Windows 10, try looking in the directory: