On 08/29/2010 12:46 PM, David Gowers wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 29, 2010 at 4:24 AM, Jacopo Corzani<corz...@gmail.com>  wrote:
>>> Well, adjustment layers is what GIMP developers seem to refer to as
>>> "layer abuse" :)
>>> There are different ways to implement non-destructive editing. Would
>>> you be interested to find out more?
>>> Alexandre Prokoudine
>>> http://libregraphicsworld.org
>> Hi Alexandre,
>> i could agree with your consideration of "layer abuse" but adjustment
>> layer is a quick and robust solution to manage effects whenever i want.
>> Changing a curve (or any other "effect") dynamically without duplicate
>> layers would be a great.
>> Sure,i'm interested to find another quick way to handle "effects" during
>> time without do an layer abuse, but i don't have any ideas that speed up
>> work like adj layers... :)
>> Thanks for your response.
> Peter Sikking has already expressed a way of doing this: you attach a
> list of effects to a layer or layer group.
> http://www.mmiworks.net/eng/publications/2007/05/lgm-top-gimp-user-requests_25.html
> As he observes, this avoids the problem of 'adjustment layers' not
> actually being layers in any normal sense (that is, their lack of
> content) while allowing the same or greater functionality.
This kind of layer's effect stack is currently under develpment (you 
post is dated to may 2007)? . It can be a great step to make gimp 
totally non destructive and easy to use.If this feature is under devel i 
would contribute in a development or test phase. Anyone know 
anything?There is an open task about that?

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