What is easier than cut and paste? I'm not sure I can envision anything
The one thing I do is anchor the floating selection on a separate new
layer by hitting the new layer button. Then I can move it around and
modify it at will without committing it back to the original layer. When
I'm happy with it, I could either flatten the image, or just merge down,
but usually I just leave it on it's own layer and export in the format I
want so I can go back and make changes later if I like inside the xcf.
On Wed, Jul 16, 2014, at 02:07 PM, JLuc wrote:
> Le 16/07/2014 19:41, Burnie West a écrit :
> > If I understand your question correctly, my answer is "probably not."
> > But I do not understand what you mean by "anchor it back to where it
> > belongs to".
> > Do you mean you want a part of your image copied over on top of another
> > part of your image (or maybe onto another
> > image), while the original selected location remains unchanged?
> > In that case, you select and copy, rather than select and cut, and paste.
> No, i mean change its position in the same layer,
> without duplication in final work
> (hence, original selected location changes also)
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