On 04/23/2009 10:04 AM, David Gowers wrote:
> Hi Jay,
> On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 11:27 PM, Jay Smith <j...@jaysmith.com> wrote:
>> I am using Gimp 2.6.6 on Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy) Linux.
>> How can I tell Gimp to suppress reporting such errors and/or direct all
>> such errors to stderr instead of Gimp opening up a "GIMP Message" window
>> that has to be dismissed every darn time I open one of these old image
>> Also, a minor irritant: The "GIMP Message" window is not shown in the
>> various lists of windows in my desktop's task bar. My desktop is KDE
>> 3.5.10. Thus if I don't dismiss each such window as they come up, they
>> end up hanging around under other windows and one could easily end up
>> with lots and lots of them present. And I can't get at them by using
>> the task bar lists.
> Have you tried creating an 'Error Console' dockable?
> It normally catches such messages which would otherwise cause popups.
That did the trick. But...
a) Now I have yet another window on my desktop whenever I run Gimp. Is
there any way to "hide" it?
b) Is there any way to simply tell gimp to ignore these particular error
c) Are these really proper error messages? What exactly is it
complaining about and why? Are the files that Photoshop created
defective in some way? Or have the standards changed?
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