as pointed out by someone else, you can also do a screen grab and save
that. the only difference is that by doing a screen grab you can get the
checker-board transperancy indicator in the actual image.

On Tue, 31 Oct 2000, COUTIER Eric wrote:

> I know this. It's hard to explain... I simply want to save in bmp, jpg...
> format EXACTLY what i see on the screen. That's mean: image opacified by the
> channel. So i've thought it's possible to "flatten" channel as you can
> "flatten" layers but it seems it's not the case. So. What is the solution ?
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De: pixel fairy [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Date: mardi 31 octobre 2000 09:16
> : COUTIER Eric
> Cc: 'GIMP_user'
> Objet: RE: "apply" a channel
> > Yes, it flattens layers but not channels. And when you save image in bmp,
> > jpg... format, channels are "removed"
> those formats dont save channels.

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