On Sat, May 5, 2012 at 1:17 AM, John Coppens <j...@jcoppens.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 4 May 2012 09:52:32 +0400
> Alexandre Prokoudine <alexandre.prokoud...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> We don't know exactly what you do ing GIMP during those unsafe workflows.
> About 90% of the time I load PNGs or jpegs (100s of them), edit them,
> and save them back in the same format - I don't have any necessity for
> XCF in these cases.

Sorry but this is simply not verbose enough. How exactly do you edit
them? What kind of chnages do you apply? Tools and filters you use?

>> We don't know if the sequence of actions you do can only be performed in 
>> GIMP.
> I'm not sure what this question means.

The question should be understood literally :) Is GIMP the only tool
to get your job done?

>> We don't know if you need this unsafe workflow all the time or half the time.
> I'm not sure what's unsafe.

Losing multiple layers, masks, extra channels etc. is unsafe.

> Note that I haven't installed the new Gimp yet.


> It certainly is not intuitive.


I wish people used _experience_ for judging things.

Alas, the misconception of intuition isn't going away either.

Alexandre Prokoudine
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