So this behaviour of the wmf file loader can be considered as a bug? Is 
it something that will be taken care of in future releases? I'm stuck 
to Gimp, so ImageMagick is not an alternative.

/Magnus

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Ärende: Re: [Gimp-user] Base type of a wmf image

Hi,

On Mon, 2006-09-25 at 12:51 +0200, Magnus Hellström wrote:
> I'm using script-fu to load an image to determine the image base 
type.
> It gives me back rgb even if the wmf image is in grayscale.
> 
> How come? Can I determine the image type in some other way?

The WMF loader probably converts everything to RGB then. You could try
to use "identify" instead. This tool comes with ImageMagick.


Sven





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