[EMAIL PROTECTED] schreef:
> On Sun, 08 Jul 2007 17:37:28 +0200, Roel Schroeven
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> 1. open a.jpg
>> 2. save a.jpg
>> -> a.jpg is saved with the default quality, 85. Fine by me.
>> 3. save a.jpg with "save as", with quality say 55
>> -> as expected it is saved with quality 55.
>> 4. open b.jpg
>> 5. save b.jpg
>> -> b.jpg is saved with quality 55 instead of 85!!
>> Wouldn't it be better if gimp acted in one of those two ways:
>> 1. always save with the default quality, except when "save as" is used.
>> 2. read the quality when loading a jpeg, and used that to save the image
>> (if "save as" is not used).
> thanks for digging that out.
> is that from todays svn, Sven committed a patch earlier today that may
> affect that.
I first tried with gimp/trunk from svn revision 22893 (from 2007-07-06
22:47:44 +0200); I now tried it again with svn revision 22902 (from
2007-07-08 17:34:25 +0200), which presumable includes the patch you
mention; the behavior I described is still the same.
> the default setting now settable by the user (thanks Etienne). see bug
I haven't tried changing the defaults to see if that changes anything.
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