On 26/06/2011 15:31, Jason Simanek wrote:
> On 06/26/2011 09:22 AM, Jeremy Morton wrote:
>> The thing is, if I go about it a different way and export another file
>> to overwrite that file, I'm using the export function.  Each time I then
>> press ctrl+E, I'm overwriting that file again and again, without even a
>> prompt.  I don't see a meaningful difference between this workflow, and
>> that of importing/editing/exporting.
> Yes, it's going to take some getting used to. However, the HUGE benefit
> of the new Export functionality is that you will not have to repeatedly
> specify/confirm the settings of the file format you wish to save to.

And I've already gotten used to that; it is logical.  My issue is when 
you open a non-GIMP format file and then you want to export it back to 
its original format; I think it makes more sense to just be able to 
press ctrl+E (with a popup confirming that you want to overwrite) to do 
that, rather than having a *third* save option, which is File | 
Overwrite.  I mean, what I am wanting to do is export the image... so 
ctrl+E makes sense.

Best regards,
Jeremy Morton (Jez)
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