David Marrs wrote:
> Clicking inside the cropped region also implements the action. It's actually
> feature I'm not sure I like because it deviates from the rectangle tool's
> implementation of the same action - to hide the handles.
Actually, clicking when there is a pending rectangle does the same thing
for both; execute the tool.
You can confirm this by adding a rectangle to an existing rectangle with
the Rectangle Select Tool, (hold Shift before creating the second
rectangle), click (to execute), and click again.
You will not get second rectangle back, but a rectangle that covers the
entire selected area (which is a feature actually).
- Martin Nordholts
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