Mike Langlie wrote:
You're right, GIMP imported it with hardly a problem. I cleaned up
a couple of uncooperative layers. Here's the XCF.
I understand the websites list is not a good place for such kind of
reply, but I think it is an useful advice: compressinging with bzip2
or gzip is a much better choice for such files (even if the
compression rate is about the same):
- you can create the archive easily, just "save as" from Gimp and
put a .xcf.bz2 or .xcf.gz extension;
- you can open the files easily, just double click on them (in
Nautilus) and they will automatically be opened in Gimp (or drag
them from desktop in the Gimp window in any OS, I believe);
- Nautilus recognize them as images and will generate thumbnails.