I got my questions answered on layers, but, while waiting,
I re-installed photoshop CS2, which is easier to use.
Now gimp chooses to print in mono, whereas photoshop does color,
same printer driver. Also on jpg made by photoshop, embedded profile.
Gimp formerly printed color to my xerox.
Don Miller damill...@gmail.com
Sunday, January 20, 2013, 1:21:41 PM, you wrote:
> Seems that manual setup is same HTML as on web.
> Is there a searchable doc in a Windows format?
> Don Miller damill...@gmail.com
> Sunday, January 20, 2013, 1:18:07 PM, you wrote:
>> Update, I found and ran gimp-help-2-2.8.0-en-setup.exe
>> but gimp HELP still only connects to web version.
>> Don Miller damill...@gmail.com
>> Sunday, January 20, 2013, 1:08:16 PM, you wrote:
>>> Hello Michael
>>> I meant new problem with method I previously used.
>>> So how do I regain control of my image layers?
>>> Copy & paste is something I did a lot before
>>> abandoning photoshop CS2 for misbehavior.
>>> On-line manual in HTML is not as friendly to searching
>>> as would a PDF or ebook version (which I have not found).
>>> Don Miller damill...@gmail.com
>>> Sunday, January 20, 2013, 12:44:26 PM, you wrote:
>>>>> Von: Donald Miller <damill...@gmail.com>
>>>>> I resized two images, made a new page canvas, copied and pasted both,
>>>>> opened grid. I can only move one image, can't toggle to other. Layer
>>>>> stack commands are all grayed out, except "reverse layer order" which
>>>>> does nothing. Pg-up/dn keys do nothing. "Align" does nothing.
>>>> If you haven't created new layers from the floating selections you got
>>>> after pasting, then you now have a still floating selection around. But
>>>> this has always been that way, so it is not a new problem with an old
>>>> If this doesn't help and you think somethings else must be the cause,
>>>> then describe what you're seeing in the layers dialog.
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