On 12/09/2015 12:33 PM, C R wrote:
Is this what you mean by "original layer"? If a layer stack has two
layers, A and B, with B as the upper layer, and if a
transform/rotate/etc tool is used on B, the "original layer" is
layer B *before* the tranform, and the transformed layer is what B
would look like if the transform were made using the current
Unfortunately right now lowering the opacity of layer B on which the
transform is being done doesn't seem to allow to see layer A through
the *transformed* layer B.
You can currently kinda get around this by setting the "Image opacity"
in the Tool options palate for unified transform tool to less than 100%.
Unfortunately, unless you also change the "Opacity" field in the layer
palate, the untransformed layer B is still in the way.
Thanks! for the tip.
Thus my proposal:
hide/remove the untransformed version of layer B while the user is
transforming it, and set the default "Image opacity" for the transform
tool to 50% by default.
This would get layer B out of the way, and let you see translucently a
bit of what is under the transformation preview as well (layer A).
Your proposal sounds good to me. I have found the "untransformed" copy
of the layer being transformed to be an absolute nuisance since the
first time I tried to use a transform tool.
Reading Gez's post the gimp-gui-list
that's also the same proposal?
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