Date: 02-09-17 10:42
Gimp 2 needs the Gimp2 plugin from our download page (I might need to hide the 1.x plugin) and that should offer the correct install path when you doubleclick the download (Gimp20Plugin.exe).
Then you need to restart Gimp and it should just work. Tested this right now on a Windows 7 64bit.
BUT as I just found out, the self-extracting installer is a 64bit exe, thus will only run on a 64bit Windows. If you are on a 32bit Windows use winrar to extract the files and copy them manually (and then it works). Sorry about that. I'll talk to Kirben to fix that.
Edit: And I think the Gimp plugin does not support those flat shapes for some reason. But I'd need to verify, I think I stumbled over this some time ago.
@KnightCaptain: Chunks are used multiple times over the map. If you want to change a specific spot, duplicate the chunk and then edit the *clone* via Terrain editing. Otherwise *all* instances the chunk is used are changed as well. So no scripting possible.
If you have problems with editing a chunk, do it via hex editing :)
To import frames, right click on a shape you want to add to and choose "import frame".
But as Marzo wrote, the first 150 (#0-#149) shapes are treated special and not everything might work as usually with shapes.
(And another issue is that while you can create patched vga files that only have the added shapes (via an expack command) you cannot do that for frames. But don't mind that yet, it will only lead to confusion :))
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