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That "border" indicates the layer boundary: nothing can happen outside of it. But you can increase the layer size to cover the whole canvas with Layer>Layer to image size.


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Yes there is setting you could use, but not with the Brush tool. Select the Clone tool instead, then in the Tool Options choose a brush shape, set the Source option to "Pattern", and Alignment to "Aligned", and choose a pattern to paint with from the Patterns dialog. There's also another technique. You could fill a layer with a pattern, or even just open ...


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What I usually do is to open an image, select all, copy, create a new file (or create from clipboard), then close the original and work the copy.


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Python "scripts" are technically plug-ins, not scripts, so they got in the "plug-ins" subdirectory. On Linux, they should have the executable flag set They have to "register" with Gimp (they make one or more calls to the register(...) functions Typical debug technique: Add a bunch of print statements, typically: a wide print '*********************' at ...


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There was a plugin in the GIMP plugin registry that did this. It's archived here now. Some time ago I translated this to Python and it ran a lot faster. Here's the result of its application to the image in the original question: Here's the result of its application to the image in Alan's answer: Anyway here's the code of the plugin: from __future__ ...


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