On Thu, May 3, 2012 at 3:04 PM, Jonathan Kamens wrote:

> If a user loads an image in a non-XCF format, ask at load time whether the
> image is intended to be loaded or imported. If it's being loaded, then save
> goes back to the original file. If it's being imported, then save goes to
> XCF. Keep the warning about information loss in the former case if, e.g.,
> the user tries to save an image with layers (i.e., if there is significant
> information loss, over and above any information loss like compression that
> is inherent in the format being used).

In other words, just when we got rid of disruptive warnings you are
siggesting to return one of them and add another one so that the first
one wouldn't feel lonely? :)

Alexandre Prokoudine
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