jim feldman wrote:
Quoting Asif Lodhi <[EMAIL PROTECTED] <javascript:open_compose_win('to=asif.lodhi%40gmail.com&thismailbox=INBOX.gimp-traffic');>>:

 > Hi Jim,
 > Though I have never worked with such large images, don't you think it
 > would be a good idea to save each TIFF as XCF, do whatever you want to
 > do on XCF and then save the modified XCF as TIFF again? May be odd
 > behavior will go away that way because XCF is the native file format.
 > May be increasing the tile cache will work with the XCF!
 > Best regards

Thanks for the offer, but thats exactly what I WAS doing. Both TIFF and XCF blow up, and it's not just during decompose, thats just one way for me to get it to happen relieably. I've had it happen during levels, making a layer copy, anything which seems to effect the whole image.


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I have a curious question.

Have you tried to play with the tile cache sizes? I had a problem some time ago but I didn't get a chance to go further due to priority changes. I was having problems with large images as well. I got as far as changing tile cache sizes and I ran into weird problems.

I will have to get back to this by summer, hopefully. :)
Robin Laing
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