On 01/23/13 07:46, Olivier wrote:
> 2013/1/23 Gary Aitken <g...@dreamchaser.org>:
>> On 01/23/13 02:14, Ofnuts wrote:
>>> On 01/23/2013 05:00 AM, Gary Aitken wrote:
>>>> Is it possible to do a rectangle select without the mouse?
>>>> For example, with the rectangle tool selected, one can fill in the fields
>>>> in the
>>>> tool options to specify the coordinates and size of the rectangle,
>>>> but I can't see a way to actually commit the operation;
>>> What operation? Until you click/drag on the image, there is no selection
>>> started, and the numbers you enter in the Tools options are meaningless.
>>> To give them a purpose you have to click first, which means using the mouse.
>> If the values are meaningless, then why do they appear in the "Tool Options"
>> for the rectangle select? Clicking and dragging sets the values for
>> and "Size" in the "Tool Options". These are not read-only entries; they may
>> be set via the keyboard. If one can set them via the keyboard, it should
>> be possible to have them take effect after entering them. They should either
>> be read only, or should have a corresponding "Select" button which can be
> To complete the selection, press Enter in the image window.
Hitting <enter> in the image window has no effect whatsoever when the rectangle
tool is active. At least in my 2.8.2 version.
I tried the following:
Get focus to image window
^R to activate rectangle tool
Shift focus to Rectangle Select tool options dialog
(wm key sequence + tabs or mouse click)
Set position to 10,10
Set size to 50 x 100
Shift focus to image window (wm key sequence or mouse click)
Can you give me a sequence where it does work?
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