Removing the dialogue, or moving it to shift-click would be fine, except
for the fact that it will effectively hide the dialogue from new users.
What about just keeping the dialogue the same (when you click the new layer
button), and having the hot-key auto-repeat the last chosen layer settings
from the dialogue. New users are not likely to take advantage of hotkeys
right away, so it makes sense in that respect to keep the dialogue under
> On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 8:50 AM, Alexandre Prokoudine <
>> 26 марта 2015 г. 12:27 пользователь "Tobias Oelgarte" написал:
>> > Why not combine both approaches? For example:
>> > - Left click on New-Layer Button: Create a layer of the same type the
>> user added last time.
>> Left-click on a button in a dialog is not just inconsistent with the rest
>> of UI in GIMP, but also with the rest of apps out there.
>> Personally, I see no harm in reversing the existing behavior, but I guess
>> this is where some bigger picture wouldn't come amiss befor applying any
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