peter sikking wrote:
> what I am missing is a direct way to end the selection state.
when selection masks get disposed frequently, this points at possible
improvements in other places, IMHO.
Stroking circles as an example: the task is finished once the circle
is visible -- in my mind, but not so for GIMP, as i have to get rid of the
selection afterwards. Genuine geometry tools shurely work better here than
throw-away selection masks.
Complex selection masks, on the other hand, like a hair cut-out, tend to
form of layer masks or alpha channels.
I'm not really shure: are there other common workflows which build selection
that are more complex than just a rectangle and still dispose the mask
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