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CLOSED  Bug report #722  -  An Image Layer created from Menu/Layer i'nt saved and can't be embed
Posted Dec 07, 2014 - updated Jan 05, 2019
icon_info.png This issue has been closed with status "Closed" and resolution "RESOLVED".
Issue details
  • Type of issue
    Bug report
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  • Time spent
    1 hour
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  • Targetted for
    icon_milestones.png 1.0
  • Tags
    icon_customdatatype.png import, image
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Issue description
An Image Layer created from Menu/Layer i'nt saved and can't be embed

--> File Widget Selection ... is missing (idem for sound layer ) ! (cell renderer value : widget filename)

Idem for automatic Image Layer created when using brush. ( Brush do nothing without image layer ) <-- Fixed by
Steps to reproduce this issue
  • New Project
  • Menu/Layer/New Layer/Other/Image Layer
  • Brush on it
  • Save and Close Project
  • Open Project

Warning is shown

Warning /home/*path*/PRojectName.sifz:<string>:46:Layer 'import' rejected value for parameter 'filename'

Image is missing

Comment posted by
Dec 12, 09:03
I'm working on Image Layer created by Brush Tool
Comment posted by
 Konstantin Dmitriev
Dec 15, 15:40
Great! I have merged the fixes from

They work fine if the image layer is automatically created by brush tool (when painting on the empty canvas). But if we will create an empty image using "Menu/Layer/New Layer/Other/Image Layer", then the image isn't saved.
Comment posted by
Dec 28, 12:43
Since issue#744 is fixed, i think it's save to close this one also.
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