Also, the old way of forcing a user to bypass a warning message every time
he/she wants to save to the loaded format is (workflow-wise) much worse
than just learning the "Export" hotkey imho. Also, it's clearly not a
"flaw"; it's not broken, it's working as intended.
If there were a vote, I'd vote to keep it the new way (and I process a very
very high volume of product photos with GIMP). I reckon people are more
likely to complain about a change in UI conventions than praise it... so
here's one praising it. How many theoretical user votes is that worth? ;)
On Mon, Feb 29, 2016 at 12:27 PM, Alexandre Prokoudine <
> On Mon, Feb 29, 2016 at 3:20 PM, A. da Mek wrote:
> >>> How can we know how many of them there is, if they simply downgrade to
> >>> 2.6
> >>> and do not bother to discuss it somewhere?
> >> One of the first things I learned when I was in the marketing and PR
> >> business is that unhappy customers do complain. A lot.
> > A producer of a commercial product gets the complaints from the customers
> > who paid for that product and are nor satisfied with it. He does not
> know if
> > there are any customers who were aware of the flaws of his product
> > before they bought it, and so they simply decided to buy another product.
> This is simply not how it really works.
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