David Odin wrote:
On Tue, Sep 14, 2004 at 10:23:10PM +0200, geert jordaens wrote:
why not just using GimpPreviewArea in a frame? :
Well applying a plugin on a 3000*2000 pixel image could take a lot of time.
Making the preview scrollable and applying the effect on the "viewable"
part solves most of the time the performance issues. (and in general i am
very happy with that)
This is the current situation with GimpDrawablePreview.
However when applying a effect that should give a general enhancement of
the whole image (like color enhancement) it would be nice to have a larger
scrollable previewarea working on a scaled down version eg. 600*400.
This would be another widget, with zooming facilities. This is planed
by Sven and me, but we need to solve some problem in the core before
this would happen. In the meantime, you can put a thumbnail in a
GimpPreviewArea and resize the area (and such the thumbnail) when the
user resize the dialog.
for now I'll settle for the previewarea & the frame.
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