On Sunday 17 February 2002 00:18, Guillermo S. Romero / Familia Romero wrote:
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] (2002-02-16 at 0929.47 +0100):
> > Thirdly, we now have three different Transform options. I know that
> > Unix gives you enough rope to shoot yourself in the foot, but with
> > this you can't see the trees for the forest. Why not just a single
> > transform tool, and an option there to do the whole image or just
> > the current layer? Or better even, allow the selection of multiple
> > layers in the layers dialog box, so that you can have finer-grained
> > control over what you are changing and what not.
> Transform menu entries do some basics and in some cases pretty
> hardcoded (rotate 90*n degrees), and transform tool is more like the
> tool definition you use, it uses the mouse, and is more free.

Yes I know. But we could just add a few buttons for 90, 180 and 270 degrees 
to the transform tool, and possibly a radio button with Single Layer or All 
Layers. Or just perform on the Selected Layers if we get the 
select-multiple-layers feature.

One difference is ofcourse that the Image>->Transforms->Rotate->90 Degrees 
changes the canvas size as well, while the transform tool doesn't. An extra 

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