Hi again! Tuomas Kuosmanen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > On Wed, Nov 17, 1999 at 11:07:33AM +0000, Adam D. Moss wrote: > > > > Just a quick note since I don't have the email which > > I accidentally sent to Nick but meant to send to the > > list here with me at work... > > > > Since the patch to generate multiple thumbnails > > went in, the load-image-generate-thumbnail cycle > > occurs twice when you ask for a single thumbnail. > > Needless to say, that makes thumbnail generation > > half as fast. > > I know people hate me popping into stuff like this, but I find the > many-thumbnails-thing _very_ useful. Speed is not _that_ big issue from my That was my point of view, when I decided to take my first look on the gimp source. This was the first time I looked on the gimp-source, so be pleased with me... ;-) I rewrote the patch so the dirty code got cleaner. (Look at the atchm. Diff against original gimp-1.1.11) I check each list-entrys selection. If it is selected I do the preview. Is there anything wrong?? (They do (nearly) the same in the file open-callback. Where the code is _strange_, too.) I can't reproduce this "double creating" bug, anyway. (Can anyone point me how to do it...???) > perspective, though all waiting sucks.. But it is sometimes really handy > when you have a dir full of images and need to know what one to load.. > > (no, xv's Visual Schnautzer is great (recursive thumbnail creation) but it > doesnt do .xcf) > > I know about the freeze. Just my feedback on this thing. > > Tig > > PS. How hard is the menu reorganization to do? Just changing the register() > stuff on plugins? Would it be possible for me to do some part of it? Just > remember I dont know half a jack about C, but I can read it and replace > strings > :) > > -- > > .---( t i g e r t @ g i m p . o r g )---. > | some stuff at http://tigert.gimp.org/ | > `---------------------------------------' Thanks all for the GIMP! ;-) k33p h4ck1n6 René -- Registered Linux user: #127875 Anyone sending unwanted advertising e-mail to this address will be charged $25 for network traffic and computing time. By extracting my address from this message or its header, you agree to these terms.