The warning should survive in the case a user is trying to save the 
image with a layer mask being selected, i.e. the layer mask is up to be 
saved instead of the whole image. Of course, it can be the user's 
choice, but anyway he should be warned.

Sven Neumann wrote:
> Hi,
> On Fri, 2009-03-06 at 11:50 +0200, Alexia Death wrote:
>> Does this mean that the annoying pop-up asking If I want to export
>> will go away if I choose export?
> The dialog does not really ask you if you want to export. It informs you
> that the image can't be saved because the format you have chosen can not
> handle some aspects of the image (transparency, multiple layers, ...).
> It also offers you one or more ways to deal with this situation.
> As far as I can see the new spec does not really change this. We should
> definitely try to straighten this dialog (as Peter already wrote). Part
> of that is probably that the dialog remembers the last made choice (per
> format or per image?) and perhaps it should even offer a choice to skip
> it entirely when exporting this image to this format again. I will have
> to think about how this fits into the current export functionality. As
> it is implemented on the plug-in side, it may turn out to be difficult
> to change it. But first it would be good for us to know how it should
> look and feel ideally.
> Sven

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