Now we're talking.

How possible is it for someone to create a script / plugin that solves this problem? (Sadly, I know nothing about coding.)



On 04/02/2011 17:26, Kevin Brubeck Unhammer wrote:
Jeremy Nell<jeremyn...@gmail.com>  writes:

That's unfortunate.  Sometimes, it is handy to be able to revert to the newly 
opened
file state.
So basically, keep the initially opened file as a "special" persistent
undo state, regardless of saves happening in between?

(Emacs does this using backup files... although I guess the user would
not want to see lots of HUGEIMAGE.xcf~ files scattered in their
directories.)


Hmm, taking that idea further, how about being able to tick off an undo
state, and say "don't delete this state no matter how many further
actions I do"?



Apropos, http://registry.gimp.net/node/14246 seems like a nice script,
although it does not solve this exact problem.



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