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How to view an image that I've opened with Script-Fu?

How to view an image that I've opened with Script-Fu?

How to view an image that I've opened with Script-Fu?

(OP)
I am learning to write scripts for Script-Fu. I've managed to load an image with gimp-file-load. However, I cannot figure out how to display the image. Can somebody show me a short script that will not only open the image but also display it? Many thanks!!

RE: How to view an image that I've opened with Script-Fu?

(OP)
More specifically, why doesn't this work:

(define (script-fu-add-corners2 infile)
  (let*
    (theImage (car (file-jpeg-load 1 infile infile)))
    (gimp-display-image-new theImage)
  )
)

(script-fu-register
"script-fu-add-corners2"
"<Toolbox>/Xtns/Script-Fu/DK's Stuff/Add Corners 2"
"Adds corners"
"D Kotch"
"Copyright 2005, D Kotch"
"September 24, 2005"
""
SF-FILENAME "FileName" "C:/Program Files/GIMP-2.0/share/gimp/2.0/scripts/IMG_1322.jpg")

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