I’m using krita mainly to edit photos. Switched over from gimp about two years ago.
I want to write some python scripts to automate (and speed up) things i do very often and include several single steps.
For example frequency separation i always do the following steps (by hand at the moment):
duplicate layer, blur it, set blend to grain extract, select all, copy merged, paste, deselect, add a group layer, move layers into that group layer, set blurred layer to normal, set pasted layer to grain merge
As you can see it includes to call gaussian blur, but i have to change the settings sligthly depending on the picture. I would like to automate that process and therefor i need to know how to call an existing filter dialog. The tutorial series for python plugins was a good starting point, but that topic was not covered unfortunately. There was just an example how to apply a filter that has no settings at all.
So how can i call an already existing filter dialog (especially gaussian blur in my case) to change and preview the settings and apply it in a python plugin?