As far as I know, this isn't possible. However, if you select the tab you want
to "drag over", you can click Edit > Copy (or Ctrl+C), open the other image,
and click Edit > Paste (or Ctrl + V). That should get the results you're
As for your suggestions, the second one would actually be really nice. The tabs
are a little too tall for my taste :P
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On Dec 7, 2013, at 2:59 AM, j...@cjsa.com (Jeffery Small) wrote:
> I'm using Gimp 2.8.2 on Linux. I've configured the UI to single-window
> mode and have opened multiple images, each with a tabbed display.
> It is my understanding that I should be able to grab a layer from one
> image and drag-and-drop it onto the tab of another image in order to
> append a copy of that layer in the new image. I have not been able to do
> this. I'm grabbing a layer from the layers dialog and dragging it to the
> tab-thumbnail, but the layer is not copied to the new image.
> Can anyone explain the proper procedure? Thanks.
> A couple of comments for the UI designers:
> * I find the [X] icons on the image tabs to be a real problem getting
> accidentally selected and dismissing the image when attempting to
> quickly select another tab. I would prefer another tab dismissal
> method such as right-click-menu close.
> * Some user control over the tabs would be good. For example, I would
> like to see the the vertical height of of the tabs be smaller and have
> the option of displaying file names and/or icons.
> Jeffery Small
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