On 09/11/09 12:46, harold wrote:
>> We are making pretty good progress towards GIMP 2.8 which has turned
>> into an "everything but GEGL" release. I think it would make sense to
>> also go for a single-window mode in 2.8 and not 2.10 as originally
>> By doing this we will be able to focus all resources on integrating
>> GEGL once 2.8 is released. Integrating GEGL will require rather big
>> changes to the code base, and I don't think having one guy working in
>> parallel on another feature that requires big code changes is a good
>> A single-window mode would also turn 2.8 into a remarkable release,
>> with both layer-groups and a single-window mode, none of which were
>> originally planned for 2.8.
>> I intend to start working on this asap, and peter will work on a UI
>> spec as soon as he gets time. If you have objections, please speak up.
>> / Martin
FWIW, a -1 from me on single window and a +1 on the existing
multi-window. Single windows are generally too cluttered up with stuff
you don't need at the moment and use screen space inefficiently.
> particularly'm used to working with multiwindowing not that bother me too
> much work a single window, but is more customizable necessary checks to see
> which work and part with to see your desktop while you do this is something
> I've always liked to of gimp, which could see other screens in the background
> while working in gimp ..
> Thanks ..
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