On 2011-07-15 15:39, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 15, 2011 at 3:32 PM, Mikael Ståldal wrote:
> > I'm using the UFRaw plugin to GIMP for importing RAW images. However, if
> > I do any adjustments for a particular image, UFRaw will save that as
> > default when I import the image to GIMP.
> Check the tab with saving/exporting options. It used to have a setting
> exactly for that.

I haven't used UFRaw in a while, but I remember that that option and
some others were available only if you start UFRaw as a standalone
application, not as a GIMP plug-in. So as a workaround you can run UFRaw
separately and save the photos as PNGs to open in GIMP.

Luckily Darktable exists now so one doesn't have to bother with UFRaw
on Linux anymore.

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