i also have modified this code:
*gimp base folder/app/paint/gimppaintoptions.c*
*#define DEFAULT_BRUSH_SIZE 50.0*
#define DEFAULT_BRUSH_ASPECT_RATIO 0.0
#define DEFAULT_BRUSH_ANGLE 0.0
*scale = gimp_prop_spin_scale_new (config, "brush-size",*
*_("Size"), **1, 1.0, 2);*
2012/5/6 Andrea Verdi <andreaverdi1...@gmail.com>
> i have modified the sources...
> 2012/5/5 GSR - FR <fam...@infernal-iceberg.com>
>> strata_ran...@hotmail.com (2012-05-04 at 2119.16 -0700):
>> > > OTOH, I no longer have to worry about
>> > > accidentally flattening my 10-layer composition when saving a PNG and
>> > > then forgetting to resave as XCF.
>> > > Chris
>> > You should be saving your .xcf file first, THEN save the PNG copy of
>> > it. Priorities :)
>> Exactly, I had not worried in a long time, as always saved to XCF, and
>> used save a copy for the JPG or whatever when needed. Now it seems
>> save a copy is becoming redundant, if I need yet another XCF, I can
>> duplicate the image and save that.
>> So I am on the wall about how the new system will play for quick
>> things (pretty common when tweaking a texture for a game or doing a
>> raw "this what I mean" sketch) in the long run, as the issue that
>> supposedly fixes, was a non issue already while mental load is
>> increased with new commands and remembering if the complains about
>> "not saved" matter or not.
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