[Shotwell] Non-destructive editing
oliver at first.in-berlin.de
Sun Sep 18 17:45:22 PDT 2011
On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 04:31:18AM +0400, Adam Dingle wrote:
> On 09/17/2011 04:37 PM, oliver wrote:
> >On Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 02:36:35PM -0700, Eric Gregory wrote:
> >>On Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 6:27 AM, oliver<oliver at first.in-berlin.de> wrote:
> >>This sounds like a possible bug in the undo/redo stack. Do you have a
> >>sequence of steps that makes this occur? If so you could file a bug (or just
> >>e-mail, that's fine too).
> >Hmhhh, it seems the problem occurs, if shotwell was quitted.
> >When started next, the Undo-hierarchy is not available.
> I'm not aware of any other GNOME application that persists the undo
> hierarchy across sessions, so I don't think that Shotwell needs to
> either. The undo mechanism is not intended to allow you to go back
> and revert recent changes to individual photos; it simply allows you
> to, well, undo the last step that you did globally (just like in
> other GNOME apps). We could conceivably modify Shotwell someday to
> keep track of the order of changes you've made to each photo and to
> revert recent changes. But if we do implement that, the user
> interface will probably not be through Edit->Undo.
With Shift-key I can SEE the original file.
How can I export it?
If I want the original back, I have to look it up via
So when changes to a picture were made, only the changed version
can be exported, it seems.
Pressing shift and clicking to the export functionality
did not export the original.
The file is not gone, but accessing the original is not easy.
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