> Martin Nordholts wrote:
>> Liam R E Quin wrote:
>>> (1) File->New, make an RGB image, e.g. 377x233px in size.
>>> paint a smiling face in red.
>>> (2) File->New, choose Advanced Options and make a grayscale image
>>> (I made mine 377x233px).
>>> (3) Notice how the smile in the first image is now gray - you can make
>>> the first image RGB again by going to it and hitting undo, but as
>>> soon as you go back to the 2nd image, the 1st image goes grayscale
> i can confirm, with default image size 610x377,
> gtk 2.18.4
> glib 2.22.3
> and yesterday's git master
Was this with a clean GIMP2_DIRECTORY? If not, could you rename it and
see if you can reproduce it with a clean GIMP2_DIRECTORY?
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