On Fri, 25 Jul 2003 22:23:23 +0200, David Neary <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=63610
> It would be nice if preferences for plug-ins survived session
> changes. The way to do this might be in saving them to an rc file
> without providing an interface to changing them in the normal
> preferences dialog (this might be handy enough although Sven
> might have something to say about it). 

I doubt that we can do this in the Right Way before the next release.
Saving these preferences should be done by the core through a well-
defined interface.  That's why I added a dependency on bug #101604,
which tracks the changes to the PDB and plug-in API.

> Basically some discussion is needed. Currently, the jpeg defaults
> suck. I would suggest following the advice in this bug and
> changing the default quality to 85%. Currently this is hard-coded
> in the plug-in. 

This is something that can be done easily.  In fact, I have just done
it.  I have increased the default quality to 85%, which seems to be
a better default for most (?) users.  I have just committed this
tiny change to CVS.  This should take care of the most annoying part
of this problem, while the bigger issues can be taken care of later.

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