So you're assuming that the user is going to 'accidentally' press
ctrl-E, then 'accidentally' click on overwrite even though it's not the
default selected button?
Jeremy Morton (Jez)
On 30/06/2011 12:01, Alexia Death wrote:
> 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.
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