On Fri, Aug 13, 2004 at 03:04:04AM +0400, iwantto keepanon wrote:
> "Sven Neumann" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Please watch the layers dialog while you are doing this. That should
> > explain your problem (which is due to a floating selections you will
> > want to anchor).
> I do see the floating selection layer, but I still don't want to
> anchor.  When I anchor the entire selection disappears.  I want to
> unselect 1 small region.  In this case that is text, but if I am
> making a map and I have precise pixel level selections at 500% zoom;
> then anchoring is the last thing I want to do.
try <Image> -->Layers -->New Layer

> BTW, thanks you carol for some great tutorials.  I have several logos
> generated so far.  Some w/ the flag and some beveled and haloed.  Thx
> again.
no problem.  the gimp does most of the things it used to do and even
more lately.

grumpy over-bearing hard to communicate with developers still are able
to write nice software that works like before and better.

enjoy the gimp,

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