On 08/09/2010 09:08 PM, Charlie De wrote:
>> From Martin:
>>
>> I think the displayed names should be like  above, and the API names
>> should have a LCH prefix or suffix. I think the old  ones should have
>> display names with "(compatibility)" appended, and only be  shown when an
>> XCF that uses these modes have been loaded. The API names  should remain
>> as is.
>
> "(compatibiity)" makes sense but might be a bit too long.  Wouldn't "(Old)" or
> "(HSB)" be better?

I think the names needs to suggest that new files should avoid using 
those layer modes.

Other alternatives:

"(compat.)"
"(legacy)"
"(obsolete)"
"(broken")
"(old)"

  / Martin



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