It's not logical to save a whole session if all one does is touch up a jpeg 

On the other hand, for people who do complicated image building over many 
sessions, it makes sense to save a project and in that case it would be logical 
to have an option that allows gimp to open the previous project on restart.  
That would prevent work loss.

On 9/12/2012 3:30 AM, Ryan Stark wrote:
I see lots of complaints about the Gimp save and export. I've been
using Gimp for ages with this feature. It is entirely logical and I
don't understand the complaining.

In a DAW (digital audio workstation application) you save the whole
project as a session. You export the final file as mixdown in MP3 or
whatever other format and you can import audio files into the project.
It's similar logic in Gimp and makes total sense. Lots of apps work
with this kind of method even when not as crucial as it is with DAW
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