On Sunday, July 31, 2011 04:33:43 am Ofnuts wrote:
> On 07/30/2011 10:33 PM, John Culleton wrote:
> > I have a different problem. I am processing a series of screen
> > through Gimp to desaturate them (color pages cost more then B/W
> > pages.) Each time I retrieve a screen shot from:
> > /usr/local/active/scribusp
> > and desaturate it I must chase down the entire file tree to save
> > again in
> > /usr/local/active/scribusp.
> > I think Gimp should remember the directory from which an image
> > loaded.
> > Gimp 2.6.11 on Linux.
> This is the way it works... Maybe Gimp gets shy because /usr and
> /usr/local aren't writable by non-root users?
On my machine /usr/local/ is writable by my own user name. In fact my
own user name owns /usr/local and all its subordinates. So rights are
not the problem. I just have to go through more clicks than is
reasonable just to get back to where I started.
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