I am editing a JPG image (of an scanned old photograph) which has many artifacts. I'm mostly using the Clone tool and for safety I save the file every time I make one single change in the image. The problem is, the Export to JPEG dialog box appears whenever I save the file, and it's very annoying because I have to close it a lot of times to continue my work.
Is there a way to disable this dialog box? TIA.
You might save it in Photo-Paint's own .CPT format. Then, each save is not an "export" operation.
You can always export to .JPG - or any of a number of other image formats - after you have finished your editing work.
I believe you have the ability t turn off the filter dialog in the first dialog that pops up.
I know for sure I can disable the filter dialog when I export files, but not the dialog that appears when I save files while editing.
I never noticed this but you're correct. I guess it's because I never use JPG files, every time you save them they lose quality.
That's why I prefer to work on bitmaps in .tif format, which doesn't use compression, then convert to jpg if necessary when I've finished.