Sven wrote: > Alexia 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.
right. one thing I have no overview of is how many ‘topics’ there are for which there are dialogs. Up to now I have seen layers, transparency, bit-depths. > As far as I can see the new spec does not really change this. exactly. > 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. looks like remembering as default per file type is the right thing. the as-is situation of showing only once per time that the image is open (should also be for export, I will add that to the spec) looks just about right to me: both the source document and the export destination determine what the right information reduction method is. --ps founder + principal interaction architect man + machine interface works http://mmiworks.net/blog : on interaction architecture _______________________________________________ Gimp-developer mailing list Gimp-developer@lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU https://lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU/mailman/listinfo/gimp-developer