On 03/01/2011 03:23 PM, Michael Grosberg wrote:
> Congrats! this is a much-needed step.
> Can I ask what "non-destructive editing" is? According to Adobe, this
> * Color adjustment layers (such as levels, hue/saturation, threshold, etc)
> * filter layers (such as blur, sharpen, emboss, etc)
> * smart objects (i.e., ability to scale / rotate a layer as a single object,
> without changing its pixel data)
> Maybe this could be expanded upon and prioritized.
> I also have a couple of suggestions for things to put on the roadmap:
> * change the floating selection behavior so that float and un-float can
> be automatic and not need user's explicit input.
> * Automate layer boundary management so that the user can draw on any point
> at any time and not worry about increasing the boundary
> * unified transform tool (I remember seeing plans for that last item on
> Peter sikking's Blog)
> So, what do people here think? I believe all three are essential in making
> GIMP a faster and more hassle free tool. I can expand on these subjects if
Thanks, I've added your items as well as mapped features into GIMP
releases up to GIMP 3.8. (I implicitly include both 'color adjustment
layers' and 'filter layers' under "Adjustment layers".):
My GIMP Blog:
"Why GIMP 2.8 is not released yet"
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