On Wed, Apr 12, 2000 at 09:59:17PM +0200, Sven Neumann wrote:
> > I'm using the GIMP (1.1.17; debian unstable) to create some
> > mockups for our prepress guys.  They want to use some of the
> > things I've done, but I don't want to give them a non-flexible
> > image.  I realize that I can do this already, but I thought it
> > would be a nice feature (that seems like it would be easy to
> > implement) if you could right-click on a layer in the
> > layers&channels dialog and export it to a file.
> You can already do this. Simply save your image and "Ignore" the
> export step.  All fileformats that only handle a single layer
> silently only save that single layer.

That has the disadvantage of changing the name of the active image.

Dragging the layer to the toolbox to make a new image, then saving and
closing that image will be less confusing and has the added benefit of
showing you a preview of exactly what you're saving.


--    Tom Rathborne    [EMAIL PROTECTED]
--    "All that glitters is not gold; all that wander are not lost."

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