Loo wrote: > I'm not a developer, but I am a pro, and I would love to see some kind > of tab implimentation--as long as the individual images can be > undocked or detabbed allowing more than one image open at a time. In > fact, that's the most profound idea I'd read about for the UI. > Yes, sure. But detachable tabs aren't too different to the photoshop "windows in a window" approach, and maybe it's a better idea to choose that instead of tabs (for people who usually rant because Gimp UI isn't like photoshop's). Creating a tabbed interface would require to completely transform the current one, and at that point seems to be more feasible to go with the window in window idea, and make several people happy. But personally, I think it would be nice to reach a better solution using the current floating windows. Better for the coders, who won't need to rework the UI completely, better for the existing users who are comfortable with the floating windows thing, and it is well done, better for new users who will find a different way to use an image manipulation program. The good thing about free/open source program is innovation. Great things can appear, not just free-of-charge clones of commercial apps.
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