Den 12.12.2012 22:25, skreiv scl:
On 12.12.12 at 8:59 PM Kolbjørn Stuestøl wrote:
In gimp-tool-transform.html (src/toolbox/transform/common-features.xml)
there is a note:
"When rotating a path, Preview options are not valid: only Outline
What does this mean?
I'm not completely sure, but it sounds like an outdated information,
that the Rotate tool wouldn't show the rotating path itself, but the
rectangle outline of the image.
I think you are right. If nobody protests I will omit this note.
I am not able to rotate any path set with the path tool.
Perhaps I have missed, forgot or misunderstood something?
You are able to rotate a path and to have a visual feedback for finer
adjustment with the following steps:
1. Create the desired path.
2. In the Paths tab click the first field before the path to make it
visible -> the eyeball like in the Layers tab will appear before the
path and the path is shown on the canvas.
3. Choose the Rotate tool.
4. In the Rotate tool options dialog: behind the text 'Transform' are
some toggle buttons - select the Path toggle button (the last in that
row). To make the rotating path more recognizable you could select 'No
guides' from the Guides list box.
5. Start rotating and confirm.
I will give it a try and perhaps rewrite the documentation if necessary.
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