On Wed, 12 Sep 2007 19:01:34 +0200, Liam R E Quin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-09-12 at 17:21 +0200, Christian Henz wrote:
>> Ah, okay that seems to work, thank you. This is even less convenient
>> than the cut-and-paste
>> solution though :-/
> You can also "float selection", I think control-shift-L by default,
> and then move it.
All these magic keystrokes seem pretty much essential to a lot of these
features and without that knowlege Gimp looses a lot of functionality.
Is all this documented in any one central place? I mean without trawling
the entire documentation of gimp from A-Z and making notes with a pen and
This seems to be a recurrent kind of question where someone cant do
something and suggests an improvement or feature request and then someone
else replies "why don't you just press cntl-alt-shift-F8-Enter while
holding down the right mouse button. It already does what you want."
This is all horrible obscure but a table resuming all functional
combinations would be a centralised resourse that would be a great help to
discovering many of these features that otherwise get missed.
Having been made aware of a feature that seems to be relevant the user
could then consult the doc on that particular tool to get the full story.
Maybe it exists and I've missed it.
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