Read this with intrest (as a user) what is the intrinsic difference
between save a copy and save as?  I am assuming the working document
changes in the save as case to the new saved as file. In the save a
copy case I assume the working doment is unchanged.

One suggestion in the revert...would it be possible introduce an timed
auto backup feature (I have implemented one using a scheme script I
invoke with a hot key, currently) and have the revert offer up any of
the automatic backups as well as the open state as a revert option?

-Rob A>

On 3/5/09, peter sikking <pe...@mmiworks.net> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> we have discussed this intensely before, the ambiguity of what you
> really
> got in your document window after opening--or saving to--a non-GIMP-type
> image (e.g. jpeg, png).
>
> The discussion returned on the irc this Monday, and I realised then
> that some remaining nagging use cases could be solved elegantly,
> and that rationalising the whole situation does not look to be
> a tour de force.
>
> So here is a short spec:
>
> <http://gui.gimp.org/index.php/Save_%2B_export_specification>
>
> all we need is some keyboard shortcuts...
>
> ps: that was just a holiday from working on this:
>
> <http://gui.gimp.org/index.php/Transformation_tool_specification>
>
>      --ps
>
>          founder + principal interaction architect
>              man + machine interface works
>
>          http://mmiworks.net/blog : on interaction architecture
>
>
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