User manual, section 4 "Layer groups"

On Sat, Feb 6, 2016 at 12:02 AM, PlasticTopHat <for...@gimpusers.com> wrote:

> My current drawing is really building up an amazing collection of layers. I
> still would like to be able to edit these layers individually later on,
> but for
> now I would be happy with having some of them "collapsed" in groups. I'd
> rather
> not merge them together and have to store individual layers in a separate
> file
> to import later. Is there an easy way to "collapse" a group of layers?
>
> For instance, the drawing is of a wooden cross with ivy growing on it. I
> have
> three layers of ivy leaves, each a slightly different shade. I would like
> to
> collapse them into a "leaves" group that takes up less space in my layers
> menu,
> but still have them expandable if I decide to edit them later.
>
> Is there a way to do that, or something similar?
>
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