On Sat, 13 Jul 2002 11:27:38 -0700, "Jeff Trefftzs" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Karl Auer asks:
> >Under Linux, running the GIMP version 1.2.3, there is no support for the GIF file
> Please explain why you concluded that there is no GIF support. [...]
> Did you make sure the image you were trying to save had been converted to indexed
> That's usually the problem if, for example, the .gif extension is grayed out.
I haven't actually tried it out properly, but if I load an image, convert the mode to
indexed, and select "Save As", the GIF filetype is NOT grayed out on file/save, so it
looks like that is indeed the trick.
Why I concluded that there was no GIF support? Trying to save files, "GIF", apparently
no matter what the context, was greyed out. I must shamefacedly admit I never tried
*loading* a GIF, which works fine, and the "GIF" filetype is not greyed out. That
would have been a bit of a pointer... Then, when a search of the archives found a few
people seeming to imply that GIF wasn't there - well, I jumped to conclusions.
So, thanks for the tip!
Karl Auer ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) +41-43-2660706 (h)
http://www.biplane.com.au/~kauer/ +41- 1-6327531 (w)
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