On Thu, Oct 9, 2008 at 5:47 PM, David Gowers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 5:17 AM, Kent Tenney <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> I wish the gimp-curves-tool.settings file, which contains sections
>> starting with:
>> (GimpCurvesConfig "2008-10-03 14:34:26"
>> (time 1223062466)
>> (channel value)
>> also listed the name of the file (or 'unnamed')
> This is the name of the file:
I guess I'm unclear, an example;
I open a photo file in gimp DSCN001.jpg
I adjust curves on that file.
The description of the adjustment is written to gimp-curves-settings.
I would like to see the following in gimp-curves-settings
(GimpCurvesConfig "2008-10-03 14:34:26"
If this is possible, it would allow me to match the required adjustment
with the image file. I could then write scripts which applied this correction.
Does that make sense?
> ie. no file (the only completely-accurate preservation of the curve is
> in the gimp-curves-tool.settings file, and unless you've explicitly
> exported it, no other file will contain data on that curve.)
> Or were you asking for a list of filenames that this curve has been exported
>> fully qualified would be great, bare would be fine.
> Everything has reasons. Nothing has justification.
> Ĉio havas kialojn; Neniaĵo havas pravigeron.
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