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I wonder if there's such a storage format, that is, or will (or would eventually) be supported by Gimp? The idea is to get the process flow (modifications done to an image) stored to disk, allowing to undo/redo even after reopening the Gimp later, eventually reuse (parts of) the process flow and apply it to another image, etc.. I don't care if the process flow is stored with the original file in the same storage unit or separately. Anyway.. some comments?
It smells a bit like node editing. It (kind of) showed up recently:
I can envision a work-space where you don't really have a layer toolbar open, but a node editor (with backdrop/main image if you need it) which you can scale/re-position, and do all your GEGL operations and magic with nodes, and be back to your main image/paint/edit window with the click of a shortcut.I'd take it a bit futher: most frequently used node sequences grouped together in another nodes, to save, reuse and share with others.
Is it close enough to what is on your mind? I hope so, because I love that idea :).
My best! thebodzio _______________________________________________ gimp-developer-list mailing list gimp-developer-list@xxxxxxxxx http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gimp-developer-list
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