Øyvind Kolås <pip...@gimp.org> writes: > On Mon, Jan 13, 2014 at 7:31 PM, Andrew_Bridget > <andrew_brid...@btinternet.com> wrote: >> This is such a common task, there may be cause to have a Resize >> option bundled with the Export command. Having to always perform >> them as two separate steps is an annoyance, but the possibility of >> accidentally saving the wrong resolution back to the XCF file is a >> danger. >> >> A question that asked late last year as I had a need to resize and >> keep working on original. That's when I found the save for web had >> been reinstated as 2.6. > > Part of the motivation for the save/export distinction in the first > place is later being able to introduce such improvements to export > workflows (as well as other neat things; like being able to choose > between export presets, multiple named regions - and more). Without a > clear conceptual internal seperation - such future improvements will > be much harder.
I've been wanting a "scaled export" function myself … In the meanwhile, http://shallowsky.com/blog/gimp/gimp-export-scaled.html works well. It doesn't remember the last scale you used second time around, but it does remember the format so you don't have to change xcf→jpg each time. -- Kevin Brubeck Unhammer GPG: 0x766AC60C
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