On Sun, 2008-12-21 at 16:55 +0100, peter sikking wrote:
> When I had to think of a proper solution for this problem in general,
> I would have to understand where the needs of many, many users for a
> non-destructive crop are. And figure out what non-destructive crop
> really means. Oxymoron, or saving a certain rectangular selection?
I think really it's an interactive/visual Resize Canvas and maybe
better not conflated with crop. The new adjustable rectangles
are a huge improvement and are becoming pervasive, so in that sense
I can see how the user interface could be the same as the crop tool,
or for that matter as rectangle selection, but canvas size and print
rectangle in the digital world aren't really the same as cropping.
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