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On Monday 10 May 2004 22:59, Sven Neumann wrote:
> The foreground color is not supposed to change. If it really does,
> that would be a bug. However I don't seem to able to reproduce this.
Well, it does here.
I can reproduce it every time.
0. Load Gimp and load any picture (tried with RGB and Greyscale)
1. press O
2. pick a color from the picture
3. close the little color chooser window
4. press T or click the Text button
- -> The forgroundcolor is black again and so is the text.
As I said, I use version 2.0.1, which works fine, besides this. If it really
is a bug. It wouldn't be so bad if I could choose a new color from the
textcolorwidget but there is only the color dialog which is inconvenient. I
> I am sorry but the crop tool didn't change at all. You should still be
> able to drag the corners just as in GIMP 1.2. We only added a
> convenient way to crop the image to the size of the current selection
> (Image->Crop Image) but that's not really related.
Ooops. I just didn't see it in the menu where expected and I assumed it is
gone or rather it has changed that way. It does indeed work as usual which is
great and I apologize. Even the shortcut works and I should have noticed
that. However, it might be confusing for some users to have two crop
possibilities instead of one distinct way.
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