On Wed, 2003-04-23 at 08:18, Steve Crane wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 21, 2003 at 12:12:48PM +0000, Wayne Maeda wrote:
> > Also, I take a lot of digital photos and need to rotate many of my images. Is
> > there a faster way to do this (other than Image/transforms/rotate/90
> > degrees), perhaps a macro linked to a function key?
> I turn my camera the other way so I have to ratate 270. Doing it with
> the menu is quite painful but you can create your own shortcut for any
> menu. Right-click to bring up the image menu and release the mouse
> button, don't hold and drag as you move the mouse. Now move the mouse,
> navigating to the item you want a shortcut for and hover over it.
> Finally press the key combination you want to assign to the function (I
> use Shift-Alt-R for rotate) and it will be assigned as the shortcut for
> that menu item. If it was already in use elsewhere, the previous
> assignment will be discarded in favour of the new one.
THis is the coolest way of doing shortcuts I've ever seen!
Man the gimp is cool.
> Hope this helps.
> Steve Crane
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