In that case, I'll replan my efforts and take a look over the xml
version.  I thought posting to the list would give a reason why not to
do it so that I don't go through the agony of writing that code.

Thanks for the ideas.

On 19 Mar 2001 17:57:54 +0100, Sven Neumann wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> Chuck Mason <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> 
> > A couple days ago I went browsing thru the gimp TODO for things, 
> > well, to do.
> 
> You should stay with TODO.xml. TODO is outdated and unmaintained and 
> not really a list of stuff todo, but rather a list of some good and
> some bad ideas that have come up over the last years.
> 
> > I came across the crop tool idea (the one that mentions blending/filling
> > with colors etc.) and decided "hey, that wouldn't be too hard." 
> 
> I've got the impression you implemented something different than what 
> is mentioned in the TODO. The TODO mentions a GUI-only feedback during
> the process of selecting the area to be cropped. This means temporary
> shading (or filling) the areas outside the selected rectangle somewhere 
> in the compositing pipeline to give the user a better impression of 
> what the result will look like.
> 
> Did I get you right, that you thought about filling the region outside
> the cropped area permanently as an alternative action of the Crop tool?
> If so, I doubt this is a useful addition, since this can easily be
> done by using rect-select, invert-selection, bucket-fill.
> 
> 
> Salut, Sven
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