I took a .psd file (made by my coworker) and redesigned it. The problem is: he organized his layers so badly...made unecessary clones.
The design is a landing page for a website, now I want to send it to my webdeveloper but he's a linux guy.
So on gimp he can't work on my .psd so well because of color formats. He asked me to cut all the images and turn them to .png
Hence I needed to run File> Script > Export Layers to files once that done I got too many similar .png as you can see (consequences of bad layers organization?)
Is that bad ? Do I need to delete unwanted/similar images to make my web dev work easier?
Last thing I saw that -in the export layers to files panel properties- transparency and trim boxes was checked and I set it to PNG24
Is it the right thing to do?
That would be up to your web dev's needs, I guess. Since these apper to be a background image for the whole page, removing the redundant ones would only be logical.