On Thu, Oct 16, 2008 at 9:21 AM, Sven Neumann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi,
> On Thu, 2008-10-16 at 09:00 +0200, Tobias Jakobs wrote:
>> I was able to reproduce the problem here, too. (Windows XP, Gimp
>> 2.6.1) I created a new image with a transparent background painted
>> some red strokes on it an saved it as PNG. Then I closed and reopened
>> the image and saved it via File->Save As... (I just replaced the png
>> with jpeg). Before that I set the background colour to green and the
>> foreground colour to  blue. The result was an image with an black
>> background.
> What option do you choose in the Export dialog when it asks you if the
> image should be flattened? The only way I can reproduce this is to click
> on "Ignore" here.

Yes, I clicked on "Ignore", it woks fine with "Export"

> And doing so is like asking GIMP to shoot you in the
> foot. Which is what the JPEG plug-in then happily does.

What is the reason for the "Ignore" button? And is it really needed? I
wasn't able to find anything in the help.

Apropos help, I was able to crash Gimp by clicking the "Help" button
in the jpeg save dialog. But I'll discover this later, this evening on
my Linux box, to provide a nice stack trace.

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