On 09/12/2012 05:37 PM, Ken Warner wrote:
It's not logical to save a whole session if all one does is touch up a
jpeg file.

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.

The first rule to know when editing an image is to save your work as you go along. When you drive a car you look ahead, not behind, you watch the road... It's the same principle : security. If people knew that, this annoying thread would not exist. People have to observe this rule then they'll be happy with the standard "save & save as" behavior, like in Gimp-2.6 and all other editors, which allows to work quickly and normally with all kinds of file.



gimp-user-list mailing list

Reply via email to