I didn't mean for Gimp proper to offer different versions
or make it part of the program in preferences etc.
I meant where are the files that determine what the dialog
boxes and menus say, and where exporting and/or saving
are accomplished to? It can't be that hard, you're just talking
about meta files or something, right?
Dan

On 5/5/12, Alexandre Prokoudine <alexandre.prokoud...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, May 5, 2012 at 6:42 PM, Daniel Smith wrote:
>> Is it really that complicated to change the menus
>> and dialog boxes or the existence of them based
>> around user preferences?
>> Is there a link anywhere to how it's written?
>> I can guarantee you that when I worked in a big
>> graphics house they'd find a way to alter them.
>
> Well, adding options that change behavior of an application always has
> some consequences.
>
> 1) The code gets messier, especially if you keep adding things on top.
> E.g. think of the proposed solution for native CMYK separation -- it
> is supposed to benefit from the new model where the internal data is
> 32bit float linear RGB, and everything else is exporting material
> that's being worked on in a separate projection.
>
> 2) Documentation and tutorials become confusing.
>
> That's just off top of my head.
>
> Alexandre Prokoudine
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