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El 27/05/12 18:10, Richard Gitschlag escribió:
I think this is a great idea.
I'm a graphic designer and I can understand the difference, but a lot of home users I know will need some time to understand and use the new way.
I understand this, but when you work whith JPG images to be used on a weblog or webpage, there are no need to use a high quality workflow (it is more important to have little image sizes than high quality images). So, working from JPG to JPG it is good, it is great!.
Sometimes I have 1024x1024 images, and I only need to open, aply level adjustment, resize and save. With Gimp 2.6 I only use 3 clicks (drop image, clic on levels, clic on close, clic on yes). Now I have to do more work to do the same.
If I want to use a quality workflow (for example to working with complex images with layers, mask, and so on) I will use XCF, SAVE and lately EXPORT. But when I only want to do a simple task, 100% of times, I only want to open, apply a litle modification, and close (overwriting the original file).
El 27/05/12 18:12, Alexandre Prokoudine escribió:
http://git.gnome.org/browse/gimp/commit/?h=gimp-2-8&id=187e20f3673ffd1d437c9aeb1232c4764760616f The fix will be available in 2.8.1.
Great new! ;)
I hope this version enter soon on Debian testing. :D
Salu2 de jEsuSdA 8)
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