On Thu, Oct 26, 2017 at 10:37 PM, Reid D. Bingham wrote:

> In any context where a user is, in the GUI, a) moving an entire object ( as
> with Move, Rotate tools), or b) editing an object or meta-object by moving
> an poly-line or grid edit point (selection, path, shear grid, perspective
> grid, transform cage, etc.), there is an alternate positioning mode using
> the Cursor keys allowing positioning to some quantum of position change,
> possibly with modifier key selection gross and fine quanta.  Guides count as
> GUI objects.  Positioning by co-ordinate entry is not a substitute as that
> method is not a fluid interaction compared to simple key press.
> Details:
> I am currently using GIMP 2.8.22 on Windows 10 Pro and about to update to
> 2.9.x.
> I have reviewed the Preferences->Input Devices->Main Keyboard events map
> possibilities for Cursor Up/Down/Left/Right and have not recognized an
> action set that might offer the functionality.


I have to admit I don't very well understand your exact request, but
arrow keys (up, down, left, right) are already used, while Shift+arrow
keys combo makes a shift by a relative step.

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