Jonathan Melhuish <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> Is there any way that I can manipulate a smaller, screen-resolution
> version of the actual image (perhaps loading sections at a higher
> resolution as I zoom in), then "render" my edits on the actual file
> at a later date (eg.  overnight).
> It strikes me that it is very easy to produce a very large file,
> such as a panorama from several photographs scanned at 1200dpi, but
> very difficult to then edit it due to a lack of RAM.  It'd be great
> if I could use the GIMP in the above manner; it would really open up
> opportunities for higher-quality work.

It has been discussed and it should be possible in some future
version. I just can't tell you how long you will have to wait.

> PS: There's only one thing that bugs me about version 2.0; how do I
> assign shortcut keys?!

Enable "Dynamic Keyboard Shortcuts" in the preferences or edit the
menurc manually. GIMP 2.2 will probably come with a convenient
shortcut editor.

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