> - one or more mouse clicks to make sure the current > mouse pointer is safe, i.e. it is not the left over fill bucket > pointer that I have just used a few seconds ago; if it is I need a > few more mouse clicks to find the main toolbox, then > click on some safe pointer such as box selection. I could be wrong and this key could be "customizable" too, but in my experience, hitting the "r" key while inside an image changes your current tool to "rectangular select" which I find to be the least "damaging" if you accidentally click somewhere. Most of the toolbox actions fortunately DO have shortcut keys. That's one useful feature that I use all the time. On the downside though, I am not sure if those are documented anywhere. I haven't seen the gimp-cheat-sheet postscript recently, since it hasn't been updated from back in '98, but that mostly lists Ctrl+<whatever> shortcuts and mouse actions, not listing the key bindings for the toolbox. I found most of my toolbox keys by just pressing random ones and seeing what happens. tc -- ・‥…━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━…‥・ timecop at japan.co.jp | OA通信サビース株式会社 | NTT DoCoMo I thought everything that Linus Torvalds is involved with was divine perfection? Must be a problem with NEC and Sony -about Crusoe recall ・‥…━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━…‥・

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