Commit 45802855 authored by Jehan's avatar Jehan
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app, NEWS: metadata export settings are now ON by default.

After many discussions, it has been decided to export the metadata by
default since it seems to be what many people would expect and they
would consider they "lost" metadata (especially if they overwrite their
original). I don't entirely agree since privacy (particularly if you are
not aware of metadata and information they may contain) is also an issue
but not many seem to agree with me.
So here it is! All metadata now exported as a default!
parent 848b89af
......@@ -34,9 +34,9 @@ Core:
- GIMP doesn't warn anymore for unknown darktable XMP metadata. We now
registers the corresponding namespace.
- Adding settings for metadata export handling in "Image Import &
Export" page of Preferences. In particular, metadata are not
exported anymore as a default. This is indeed a privacy hazard since
metadata often contain a lot of sensitive information.
Export" page of Preferences. By default, the settings are checked,
but you can uncheck them (in particular since metadata can often
contain a lot of sensitive information).
- Splash image now scaled down to maximum 2/3 of the screen area. This
will allow to ship a big splash image which will be visible on all
type of screens, whichever low or high resolution. Vector splash
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......@@ -638,21 +638,21 @@ gimp_core_config_class_init (GimpCoreConfigClass *klass)
"export-metadata-exif",
"Export Exif metadata",
EXPORT_METADATA_EXIF_BLURB,
FALSE,
TRUE,
GIMP_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
GIMP_CONFIG_PROP_BOOLEAN (object_class, PROP_EXPORT_METADATA_XMP,
"export-metadata-xmp",
"Export XMP metadata",
EXPORT_METADATA_XMP_BLURB,
FALSE,
TRUE,
GIMP_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
GIMP_CONFIG_PROP_BOOLEAN (object_class, PROP_EXPORT_METADATA_IPTC,
"export-metadata-iptc",
"Export IPTC metadata",
EXPORT_METADATA_IPTC_BLURB,
FALSE,
TRUE,
GIMP_PARAM_STATIC_STRINGS);
GIMP_CONFIG_PROP_ENUM (object_class, PROP_DEBUG_POLICY,
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