On Thu, Aug 12, 2004 at 06:32:24PM -0600, Justin Gombos wrote:
> * Carol Spears <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [2004-08-11 16:40]:
> > On Thu, Aug 12, 2004 at 02:18:02AM +0400, iwantto keepanon wrote:
> Anyway, what Carol suggested is probably the best option; that is:
> > best to use texttool to make each letter on a separate layer. you
> > do this by highlighting the background layer and clicking on that
> > for each new letter.
> It would *really* be nice if the move tool had more power. If the
> move tool would move only the objects that are selected, that would be
> great. It would be ideal if the move tool only moved the whole layer
> in the absense of a selection. (has this been suggested before?)
double click on the move tool. you can move selections, layers or paths
(there are buttons at the top of the tool option dialog. also other
ways to make move tool behave; "Pick a layer or guide to Move" allows
you to move whatever non-alpha layer you touch and "Move Current Layer"
will move only the layer highlighted in the layers dialog.
the only thing i ever wanted from move tool is a way to say "put the
upper left corner at these numerical coordinates"
the tooloptions menu is dockable and should have been docked underneath
the toolbox in the default gimp set up (the first time you opened gimp2
lots of ways to control these powerful tools.
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