On Thu, 2008-06-12 at 02:09 +0200, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> No, i'm thinking of the case where you saved those 25 steps to a jpeg and the 
> next day,
> sitting in the plane to your customer, you discover that this curve should be 
> tweaked a litte bit more.

That is exactly why JPEG should not be offered as a save format. Saving
to a JPEG file is clearly an export. No one will be surprised that an
exported file can't be edited again. The user needs to save the file to
XCF (or whatever the next generation file format will be called).


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