On 07/16/2014 11:07 AM, 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)
I imagine you may have created an image using several small sketches, and perhaps you wish to have one of the sketches in another place. If it is your intent to move one or another of the sketches, then perhaps it is best to put each sketch in a single layer. Then you can move each sketch independently of all the others, and the entire group of layers will print to your "final work" (perhaps a png or jpg image). Layers are not intended to be "final works."

You can create one or more groups of layers in your overall image for this kind of activity.

  -- Burnie

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