On Thu, Jun 30, 2011 at 1:56 PM, Jeremy Morton <ad...@game-point.net> wrote:
> But it's more intuative to assume the imported file's location and format.
> If you've imported a file and edited it, it's quite likely you will want to
> write the changes back out to that file. If you want to write them
> somewhere else, it's easy to bring up the advanced export dialog.
This assumption, that the overwrite is desired, is wrong for any
photographic workflow. You import your pretty 12Mpix raw or JPG
photo, scale and crop and adjust and it would be a tragedy if you
destroyed the original at the end. The desired behavior is to keep the
type perhaps, but certainly not overwrite.
Gimp-developer mailing list