Liam R E Quin <l...@holoweb.net> writes: > On Thu, 2013-08-15 at 11:15 +0200, Kevin Brubeck Unhammer wrote: > >> Ideally GIMP could blink the image or something when you add selection >> points that don't increase/decrease the already selected area, but I >> guess that might take some time to implement. > GIMP can't know that until you complete the selection shape.
It can't know that the complete final area will be a subset of the whole, but it can know from a single point that they will overlap. But perhaps other people rely on creating many partly-overlapping selections when they work, and would find a blink (or whatever) annoying. > I've often wished for "repeat the last selection but in a different > mode" (rather like Again rather than Redo). Ooh, yes that would be even better :-) > In the Glorious Shoeless Future With GEGL and Non-Destructive Editing > (GSFWGEGLNDE) presumably your suggestion would involve editing the graph > slightly - e.g. to insert "Select None" into the history graph. or that :) -- Kevin Brubeck Unhammer GPG: 0x766AC60C
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