În data de Thu, 21 Feb 2013 01:33:52 +0100, Dominik Tabisz a scris: > Let me give some proposition: > 1)Gimp always open/import any type of file, it can understand. No > matter if we ask program to do so from it's menu, command line or just > click file in file commander.
I guess this is the actual behavior. What's wrong with it ? > b) file is not *.xcf -> Gimp show the message and ask for permission > to import it. That will be extremely annoying and useless. I don't remember to have ever used the open dialog, I always drag and drop the (whatever) image. Even if the program knows for itself that this is actualy an import, why should the program stop and ask for permission ? (what would be the benefit ?) Sounds absurd. I imagine that would be just a step to take some users away from this application. The export makes sense, in order to keep working in native format (this is one of the annoyance with OOo/LO, where after saving as MS Word for example, then the further editing remains in MS Word format instead to remain in native OpenDocument). But the import ? Cristi -- Cristian Secară http://www.secarica.ro _______________________________________________ gimp-user-list mailing list email@example.com https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gimp-user-list