David Gowers schrieb:
> On Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 2:20 AM, yahvuu <yah...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> David Gowers schrieb:
>>> One bump I see is things like "Cut" and "Float" -- quite often I want
>>> them to fill the source area with a solid color rather than with
>>> transparency. When this doesn't happen, it's awkward (as the layer)
> Did I really write that "(as the layer)"? I meant "(as
> fuzzy/foreground-selection then stops working 'correctly' on that part
> of the layer)
>> in terms of the model under discussion, this is a shortcut for
>> cut & fill. I wonder, doesn't "CTRL+C.V" do the trick?
> No, think about it, once you have 'Cut' something the selection is gone.
> All that would achieve is to fill the entire layer with a color
err, that's why i used 'copy' in the key sequence...
Still not that nice to type.
Anyhow, i'd be interested in the larger picture of that workflow:
- you're working in the 'stone quarry' of an aquired bitmap here?
- would it help to first cut out the 'fossil' as a whole and
to segment it later on?
.. this probably just shows i haven't understood what you're doing..
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