An idea (especially for when GIMP moves to GEGL). Apologies if this has been suggested/shot down before.
I think that the following terminology would be fairly clear to users: Save IMAGE (basically, export to a non-xcf format) Save PROJECT (save the xcf/gegl tree) Save WORKSPACE (save the current configuration of GIMP, not the xcf/gegl tree or the image: visible tools, visible non image windows etc) IMHO, this 3-pronged "save" option makes it pretty clear what this is about. I suggested earlier that "Save workspace" (like nip2) should be the non-export quick save, but eventually realized that a "workspace" suggests a set of easily accessible tools organized to fit a specific TYPE of project. On the other hand, "Save project' suggests that all the components of the intended final image should be kept around. "Save image" really suggests that what you are saving is the final product, in a common image format, that is, it corresponds to exporting. Nicolas Robidoux Universite Laurentienne _______________________________________________ Gimp-developer mailing list Gimp-developer@lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU https://lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU/mailman/listinfo/gimp-developer