I must shamefully admit that I have yet to try GIMP 2.0, so if adjustments-layers is part of it, then I appolegize for post.
I've been using both PhotoShop and GIMP for some time, and one of the few things from PS I really *miss* in GIMP is the ability to make adjustment-layers -- i.e. layers that contains *only* adjustments (curves, levels, hue-sat., color balance) and not any picture... however, when you look at underlaying layers through it, they are as if you'd applied those adjustments to them. Adjustment-layers makes it very easy to test out the result of multiple adjustments, as you can make several adjustment-layers and turn one or more of the visible -- thus applying that/those adjustments to the picture.
I was therefor wondering if GIMP has such fuctionality -- either buildt-in or through plug-ins (and it's just me who haven't found it), if it's just been introduced (with 2.0), if it's something that's being worked on, or if it for some reason can't or won't be added... ever.
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