Am Montag, 29. Februar 2016, 23:57:10 schrieb C R: > > That would be terrible. Users not understanding the concept would suddenly > > be > > facing images where they can just save to JPEG while others can't, but PNG > > is > > still enabled (because they somehow added an alpha channel), and even > > other > > images support XCF only (maybe because the layer is bigger than the > > image).
(I used "just" in the sense of "without any further actions" and not "only".) > No, that's not what I'm suggesting. If you import a jpeg for example, do > your editing, and end up with an alpha channel somehow, the save could > still default to the .jpg (the jpeg save dialogue could display a warning > that transparency will be lost). That does not prevent the user from > requesting a .png (by specifying that extension). It also does not prevent > the user saving as an xcf either for that matter. > > When closing the file, if the file is not saved as an xcf, and there is > extra data to be lost, well, the warning about it is there anyway. But that would mean to just go back to the status quo ante, i.e., revert the save/export dichotomy and bring back saving to arbitrary formats. [...] > My 2p. > -C Tobias [...]
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