On Thu, 31 Jul 2003, Sven Neumann wrote:
> Jay Cox <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> >> You have a point, I dont much like the proposed solution though.
> > Any other solution would probably be too complex to implement at this
> > point in the release cycle.
> We finally got rid of the palettes being copied to the users dir and
> now you want to copy all files? You must be kidding.
Not necessarily related, plus how was Jay supposed to know about that?
Secret gimp omniscence sauce? He's been back for what, a day? and you
expect him to know everything that has been done...
But I think that having a list of undesired
pallete/gradient/brushes/textures/plugins(?)/etc saved in the gimprc file
and having the interface not show them would be the best way of doing
things, and shouldn't be that hard to implement. You could even have a
button to make them visable again.
If that doesn't seem feasable, at least we should ln -s the entries
instead of copying them. But that will not work on wincrap :(
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