On Sat, Dec 5, 2015 at 5:06 PM, Ofnuts wrote:
>> No, this will not always happen, just when you use features that are not
>> available in the older gimp version - e.g. high precision pixel formats.
> Wouldn't it be useful to have a different file extension for the new
> high-precision contents?
What's the benefit? Should file extension be changed every time some
major change happpens? How many different file extensions for GIMP
would you be comfortable with?
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