Just a couple of things:

- The splitting could display another "view" of the same image, just
like in blender. That would make working with views a breeze (for icons
or pixel art, for instance). It doesn't need to be empty if you dragged
it from an existing image window
- About the problem of arranged multiple views, it seems that one would
use that amount of images just as reference, or for fast switch. Then, a
view could have a "parade" mode that allows you to open a directory or a
selection of images in a row. And you can use that row as a fast
switcher to open (or drag as a layer in the active image) any of the
images. In that case the parade won't be a group of opened images, but
rather a thumbnailer.

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