That's a great explanation. As obvious as it seems, I didn't think of it, for
On 16 Feb 2011, at 18:41, Mikel Garai <mi...@garai.eu> wrote:
> The save dialogs in gimp detect the file type by the extension of the file
> name automatically. So if you name your file "myfile.xcf" it will be a gimp
> xcf file, if you name it "myfile.tif" it will be a TIFF file, "myfile.jpg"
> for JPG....
> In your case you can "save as..." with, for example, "myfile.xcf" the first
> time, then just "save" (because you don't need to give it a new name).
> When you are done you just have to:
> "save as..." with "myfile.tif" as file name for the tiff copy.
> "save as..." again with "myfile.jpg" as file name for the jpg copy.
> As Olivier just said 2.8 version "save" and "save as.." are only for xcf
> files, but "export..." will detect the file type the same way "save as.." is
> doing right now.
> El 16/02/11 17:23, Jeremy Nell escribió:
>> Because I usually save as the GIMP format until the end, at which point I
>> save to flattened TIFF and JPG formats too.
>> On 16/02/2011 18:19, Mikel Garai wrote:
>>> Why don't you just add the file extension to the filename so gimp detects
>>> it automatically?
>>> El 16/02/11 17:13, Jeremy Nell escribió:
>>>> Is there a way to remove some of the "save as" file formats from the
>>>> list (when saving a file as...)? After numerous years in my field,
>>>> there are a number of file formats I have - and probably never will -
>>>> need to save my files as. If I could remove some of them, then it would
>>>> speed up my workflow (so that I don't have to scroll down every time I
>>>> save a file).
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