Re: [Gimp-developer] Request information

Hi Francesco - no need to be sorry. :)
Regarding your question, GIMP should be able to import and export EPS,
so it was not a concious decision to stop supporting the format or
anything. In fact in 2.9x development versions it's still there, still
working (both import and export).

To export the current project to EPS, follow these steps:

1. Go to the "File" menu and choose "Export As"
2. Then you can just type your file name like "yourfilename.eps" and
click the "Export" button
3. When you type .eps at the end of the file name, GIMP will
automatically pop up an export dialog for eps where you can choose the
options you want.

If these steps do not work for you, please advise where you are
getting stuck, and we will try to help you further.

Thanks for your compliments and for using GIMP!

On Fri, May 12, 2017 at 1:07 PM, Francesco <loom2 hotmail it> wrote:
Dear developers,
I'm sorry, my name is Francesco, and I would first like to congratulate you on the tremendous work that you 
are pursuing to develop GIMP.
Thanks to you thousands of people can use a high-level graphics program, for free. Thank you for that.
I contact you to give you information, which I do not know if you are already aware:
In practice, this is the last version of GIMP (2.8.22) and I noticed that it is not possible to import or 
export EPS files.
I tried to apply the procedure listed on the official site's document page to fix the problem 
(, but I could not solve the problem problem.
Since in the latest version of GIMP (2.8.22) I have noticed that it is quite possible to import and export 
the EPS file, I would like to know that this is a bug or a choice to permanently delete this file.
Thank you in advance for any reply you want to give me, thank you again for all your extraordinary work, 
and I take the opportunity to wish you a wonderful day.
So many gentle greetings

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