> "Eric Pierce" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> #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.
> In GIMP-1.3 all linked layers move together if the layer you are
> moving is linked as well.
Ah... I see. This has changed a tad from Gimp 1.2.x. In 1.2.x, the
current selected layer counted as a linked layer whether the link box was
checked or not, whereas in 1.3.x I must select the link box on the current
selected layer in order to include it with the other linked layers. That
>> #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?
> You are missing a Preference setting. See "Image Windows->Title and
> Status" and check what the gimprc-1.3 manpage says.
Thanks, Brix. %D* does the trick.
>> #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 indeed. Please file a bug report for this. But the the info window
> as is is supposed to be replaced in the short term anyway...
>> #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.
> Again, you missed a Preference setting. Fullscreen mode is now fully
> configurable and the default setup is to have the fullscreen view show
> the image w/o any layer or selection boundaries. (Is anyone actually
> reading what I write into the NEWS file??).
Er... didn't catch that one. Thanks for the tip.
>> #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
>> 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.
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