Alexandre Prokoudine schreef op zo 12-08-2012 om 21:09 [+0400]: > "...there are thousands more GIMP users who didn't find the issue was > worth complaining about" absolutely doesn't imply that. > > This is not black and white world where people either support or not > support things. There's such a thing as indifference. > > We know absolutely nothing about what all those people think. And > since we don't, there's nothing we can or should do about it. Worrying > about the unknown is the single most meaningless activity.
Well, I do follow the gimp-user list for some time now and I really do like the new behaviour. I use Gimp (and often Cinepaint too, at least until Gimp supports 16 bit per channel; I noticed the git development version does, but it looks like it still has some issues with colors/color profiles, but thats a different story) for editing scanned black and white and color images, which often involves quite some layer/selection/mask work (I more or less do what I do in the darkroom too and most of the time, it involves selections, layers and masks). And I absolutely love the new behaviour for these tasks. It is easy to export intermediate results to send to others or to compare changes to. It is maybe not necessary for simpler tasks, but for these tasks exporting (without saving) and realising that nothing is lost by not saving isn't too cumbersome either. I agree that maybe 2.6 was a little bit easier for these tasks, but I prefer the advantages of the new behaviour for the photos which require more work. So please, don't count my silence so far as indifference... Maarten De Munck _______________________________________________ gimp-user-list mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gimp-user-list