On Wed, Jun 07, 2000 at 04:25:49PM +0200, Sven Neumann wrote:
> I still believe that it is a bad idea to waste undo steps for
> operations that don't save any shadow tiles.

I agree. If I'm on a machine with limited resources and have the GIMP
set up for only, say, 8 levels of undo, I don't want to lose the
ability to undo image changes just because I toggle a few layers on
and off.

The undo history dialog should probably note which actions count as
"undo levels" and which don't. Also, it would be nice to be able to
force a tile-changing undo (e.g. with Ctrl-Shift-Z) ... if you do 30
layer moves/visbility changes then you probably don't want to have to
hit Ctrl-Z 30 times just to undo your last pixel change. The undo
history dialog helps with this but I'm not sure I want to have it up
all the time.



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