On Thursday 26 June 2008, Akkana Peck wrote:
> vabijou2 writes:
> > Image -> Duplicate is an unacceptable alternative. The idea is
> > to create a single window that allows the user to cycle through
> > multiple (named) snapshots
> > in any order he chooses to see large or small changes more
> > readily. Image ->
> > Duplicate has so many negatives to this process that I don't know
> > where to start.
> How about this?
> The first time, do Copy Visible then Paste as->New Image.
> Call this new image the snapshot image.
> After that, do Copy Visible then go to the snapshot image and Paste
> (then click New Layer).
> Now the snapshot image has all the snapshots as layers. To cycle
> through you need only turn layers on and off.
> Of course, if you did this all the time you could very easily
> automate the process: make a little script-fu that does Copy
> Visible, checks whether the snapshot image exists, then either
> does Paste as New or Paste + New Layer in the snapshot image,
> from a single menu item.
Please stop that. :-p
I will finish the more usable layer group plug-in this weekend.
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