On 17 March 2015 at 18:20, Elle Stone <ellest...@ninedegreesbelow.com> wrote:
> On 03/17/2015 02:51 PM, Joseph Bupe wrote:
>> Ok Alex, the progress bar in the link below is what I am referring to. It
>> appears between every tweak on the Cage transform tool.
>> Link: http://s4.postimg.org/qqlkwjx4t/snapshort.png
>> I just feel it's too disruptive because I have to halt and wait for the
>> progress bar to run every single tweak.
> Everything works faster on a smaller image.
> Unlike simpler edits like Curves, currently the transform tools don't save a
> record as a recallable transform.
> Let's say you open a smaller version of the image and make the cage
> transform. Could the transform steps be recorded and then "replayed" on the
> full-size image? Or would coding something like this be just as complicated
> as making the transform faster in the first place?
Pippin wrote a great answer on the way that will be fixed, and some
that can be done GIMP side in the future.
As for the present, a workaround find by my colleague Americo Gobbo,
is to turn off the visibility
os the layer to be "caged".
So: duplicate layer, hide layer, draw cage based on the duplicate,
turn visibility back on, apply cage.
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