wyliecoyoteuk wrote:the jpg "export" is to remove transparency from the GIMP native format, which .jpg does not support. Click ok and then you can save it.
catgate wrote:One odd thing about it, to me, is that before this Gimp 2.7.2 thing crept in from somewhere I could just click OK and it would save a .jpg to where ever one wanted it to go.
nelz wrote:There's still an option to save a file back out in its original file and format, File > Overwrite <filename>.
nelz wrote:All 2.7 versions are development (so-called "unstable" releases). It could be that you either have a mispackaged version or it really is 2.7.3 with an identity crisis. The only other alternative is that you have both versions installed. What do you get from
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catgate wrote:Tahnk you for that kind sir.
I suppose the next question is "Will Gimp 2.8 be compatible with a bewhiskered Ububtu 10.04?" Followed by "Oh ....well has Ubuntu 12.04 now got over it's teething problems?"
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