G’MIC dev said planned on 32 bit, but not announce yet. Any progress so far? Thanks.
I’ve added links to the 32bits version of the plug-in for GIMP 2.10 (on Windows).
Haven’t tested them so please try and tell us if this is working as expected.
It isn’t a Windows problem. The fftw library needs to be linked for some filters / commands to work. See: Grain on G’MIC on Mac.
They said they solved it, so nevermind then
Manage to install it but upon opeing it got this.
Where do the other GIMP plugins reside? I wonder whether the plugin should be in …\AppData\Roaming\… Doesn’t feel quite right.
Try moving it to program file. but got this problem.
I still can’t get G’MIC to work on Win7 32-bit. I believe the problem is that the supplied dlls are not all 32-bit. I was able to copy some of the dlls from another source that I know is 32-bit, but I still got some errors, different ones. I’m not an expert, but I suspect that some of the required dlls in the 32-bit installer are still 64-bit ones, and I don’t have the expertise to tell or to know how to change or convert them.
Ok, really I don’t know what to say.
I don’t have GIMP on Windows 32bits to test, so maybe the best solution right now is to hide the links to the 32bits plug-in from the download page.
This version of G’MIC QT does not pose a problem in Windows 7 32-bit:
Thank you, samj! I just tried your solution and it worked. I simply placed the unzipped folder into the proper directory as shown and all is well.