you need to have the output filename at the end. that should work, try this: 'convert -rotate 90 14.jpeg 14.jpeg' also, the script-fu stuff you were looking for is in the GIMP User Manual (manual.gimp.org) There are two chapters in there and I think they are the same as the two limks that are (were - now broken) in gimp.org Michael Johnson On Tue, 18 Jan 2000, Wandered Inn wrote: > Actually, I mis-spoke. It did not work. convert complains: > > convert: Missing an image file name [No such file or directory] > > Using 'convert -rotate 90 14.jpeg' > > and 14.jpeg is in the current directory. > > Suggestions??
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