On Fri, 2003-11-07 at 07:08, Eric Pierce wrote:
> #1 If I have 2 or more linked layers and I use the move tool to try to
> move all the layers (with mouse or arrow keys), only the currently
> selected layer moves as opposed to all the linked layers. In Gimp 1.2.x,
> all linked layers move together when moved.
I can not reproduce this with current CVS HEAD. When I link two layers
and use the move tool on one of them, the other layers moves as well.
Perhaps I misunderstood the problem?
> #2 In Gimp 1.2.x, an asterisk appears next to the file name in the title
> bar when changes have been made to an image. I don't see an asterisk in
> 1.3. Not a real biggie. Was it left out on purpose? Or am I missing a
> preference setting somewhere?
This can be configured using File->Preferences->Title & Status. You need
to add %D* to the beginning of the Image Title Format line. See also
> #3 With an image open, do View->Info Window. Don't close the Info Window.
> Now click on the image to give it focus and do View->Info Window again.
> The Info Window doesn't raise above the image. Shouldn't it come to the
> top and receive focus?
Yes, I would say it should focus the Info Window again. Please file a
bug report on this.
> #4 This next one I've only seen on 1.3.22 under Windows. In fullscreen
> mode, I see no indication of a selected area (ie., no marching ants) when
> I make a selection. Note: I did pump up the ant marching speed to 75.
> I'll have to reset that and see what happens tomorrow at work.
Try right-clicking the image to display the image menu. Then chose
If you would like the selection to be shown by default when in
fullscreen mode you can change the behavior in
> #5 I've noticed some artifacts when doing work at high zoom levels. To
> replicate this, draw a little something (most anything will work), now
> zoom in on an area. Next select an area, copy it and move it around with
> the arrow keys.
> Here's what I got just now:
> See all the 1 pixel high artifacts that were left behind as I moved the
> image up to the left and right? It seems this only works if your zoom
> ratio becomes some exotic ratio like 167:83 as opposed to 1:4 or 4:1.
> Could this be related to Bug 124073
I can easily reproduce that here. I thought there already was a report
about it in bugzilla, but I can't seem to locate it now. Please file a
bug report about it and attach no_5.png to it.
> That's it. Anyway, I don't mean to be nitpicky or anything. I just
> thought this is a good time to address some of these potential bugs since
> we're coming upon 2.0.
Reporting found bugs is always a good thing :)
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