On Friday 18 February 2005 19:31, Sven Neumann wrote:
> Hi,
> Mateusz Misiorny <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > I am currently working on a poster, and it's huge (from the point
> > of view of the amount of memory I have ;) ). Once in a while I
> > have to post it to the mailing list for my people to see if they
> > like it and tell me what to change. Every time I want to mail it
> > I first have to save it (.xcf), then scale it down, save as jpg
> > then undo the scaling or just close and load again. So I thought
> > it would be great if there was an option in the save dialog to
> > choose the size you want to save the image in. It could be hidden
> > in the "Advanced Options" or something so that usually it
> > wouldn't bother you.
> > What do you think about this? Should I put up a reuqest on
> > bugzilla for that? It shouldn't be too hard to implement, since
> > it's just one more operation during saving (like flattening or
> > so) and it would require copying the Scale Image dialog somewhere
> > to the Save Dialog. It would save you undo memory, and time.
I have two 1 liner script-fus to enable/disable undo . Maybe they can 
help you?

Try disabling script-fu previously to scale,
then save as copy, and reload your image.

> No, this would only clutter the save dialog. It is already crowded
> enough. If we'd do that, next week someone will call for
> auto-whitebalance on save, adding a border and sending mail to
> grandma. No way.
> Sven
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