Raphaël Quinet wrote:
> On Wed, 06 Dec 2006 18:36:53 -0500, Adrian Likins <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> 1. In the toolbox, the fg/bg color, and brush/patter/gradient boxes 
>> should be on.
> Maybe.  But another option (mentioned in your point 2) would be to make
> sure that the color selector tab is always included in the default
> session (even when upgrading from a previous gimp version!) and that it
> is visible by default (first tab). In this case, I am not sure that we
> need the separate indicator.  We can save some precious desktop space
> by not having it on by default.

I prefer to have these showing in the toolbox. When I lost them a some time 
ago after a cvs up, the first thing I did was find out where they went and how 
to get them back.

I run with a screen resolution of 1280x1024. The two main GIMP dialogs fill 
almost the full screen height near the right side of my desktop so I work with 
image windows over on the left side of my screen.

I don't see any real benefits from the amount of desktop space that can be 
saved by turning the display of these features off.



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