Sven Neumann wrote:
Actually, it would be nice if GIMP would not reject your corrupt XCF
file but warn and load as much of it as possible. Of course that will
not be possible in all cases but it might be worth trying.


This is the way GIMP used to work (maybe still does?), though in
quite a coarse way (any whole layers and other [meta]data up to
the first obvious corruption will get loaded, and a warning
issued).

I might be talking 0.99-ish ancient history here, but I can't
see anyone having intentionally removed such a feature.

Regards,
--Adam
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