peter sikking wrote:

> so for everybody who feels this: _why_ do you need windows-in-window or
> work-side-by-side?

Personally, for me who I'm into drawing and digital painting (rather 
than photo retouching) I can think of these reasons:

- For multiple views of the same image at different zooms at the same 
time. It's useful to have a zoomed window for detail work and then a 
more extended view in order check often how the whole drawing / painting 
- To have one or more images as reference to copy / get inspired by.
- To tests brushes, mix colors or trying anything else without affecting 
the original image.

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