1. Export it to JPEG and exit GIMP or close the file clicking No you don't want
to save as XCF. The point is for many work that are done and when it is saved
as a PNG, and OMG the file was now opened as PNG and I closed it ... all your
layers are gone! It's a failsafe.
2. Then it really is a minimal bother to anyone to Ctrl+E or Ctrl+Shift+E, be
done with the file and close GIMP or the file clicking No you don't want a XCF.
It simply required a little bit of not-so-hard rethinking.
On Tuesday 14 August 2012 10:59:13 Ken Warner wrote:
> 1) Well then, if I open a jpg file and make layers and paths etc. and want
> to save my work, why is it anathema to export it as an XCF file? 2) Your
> assumption is that there are layers after the image is flattened seems odd.
> On 8/14/2012 9:39 AM, Burnie West wrote:
> > On 08/14/2012 08:07 AM, Ken Warner wrote:
> >> 1) What if saving a flattened image is exactly what I want to do.
> > It's easy - just export it
> >> 2) It is not exactly true that "further work is near impossible".
> > But without the layers saved separately it's a lot more complex
> > -- of course, depending on specifically what "further work" you want to
> > do.
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