On 8/29/06, Henning Makholm <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Scripsit Simon Budig <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Henning Makholm ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
Now, when I edit in indexed mode I am sure that I don't accidentally
give a pixel a color that is off the expected one by a delta that is
too small for me to see. For example I sometimes accidentally select
the airbrush or pen tool and draw something. I may not notice this
until later, when it is too late to undo automatically, but at least
with the implicit quantization it is immediately clear to me which
pixels I need to repair manually. If I had worked in RGB

Within the current gimp architecture you are asking for the job that
op would be performing to be done in a display filter, with a fixed
pallete (whilst working in RGB mode). This would cause all work being
done on the image to be displayed with the reduced palette. Thus allow
you to work "non-indexed" but see a reduced pallete result in

/Øyvind K.
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