On Sat, 23 Dec 2017 00:11:42 +0100 Jehan <je...@girinstud.io> wrote: > > I know it's not quite it, but since commit > > 984ed6cefda5df921777c8530d4ea8f51a52977c from today, constrained > > line angles respect the canvas's rotation angle and flip mode. In > > other words, you can rotate the canvas to the desired angle, and > > press Ctrl while dragging an endpoint to create a horizontal line > > (which, in actuality, has the same angle as the canvas.) > > Maybe that's a bit far fetched, but what if you wanted to take the > canvas angle into account? > Like currently we can constrain only within 15°. I could imagine some > who would want to obtain any angle precisely by rotating the canvas > first. Like you rotate the canvas by 5° exactly and you can get a 20° > rotation with paint tools, gradient, etc. You can even get any random > angle (18.3° or whatever!).
But... that's exactly what this is about :) If you rotate the canvas by 18.3°, then the line angle will be constrained to 18.3° + 15° * n. Or maybe that's not what you meant? -- Ell _______________________________________________ gimp-gui-list mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gimp-gui-list