Roland Roberts ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> >>>>> "Simon" == Simon Budig <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> Simon> I can reproduce this behaviour and I think it is a bug.
> Simon> To work around this: You could use an invalid image ID (for
> Simon> example -1) as the default value. So you can easily check
> Simon> if this is a real image ID or the default value. You could
> Simon> for example query (gimp-images-list) for the ID of the
> Simon> image. But I think this behaviour should be fixed.
> Hmmm, but how can I tell which image is currently "active." There is
> gimp-image-active-drawable to find which layer is active. But if I
> have more than one image open (not going to happen very often in my
> case, but sometimes...) just looking in gimp-images-list won't help.
You cannot. There is no real concept of a "active" image. This is the
primary reason, why there is no "save" entry in the toolbox menu.
If you register your script in the context menu of the image (<Image>)
you always get the image/drawable the user operates on as the first
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