I'm on Debian woody (testing), using gimp 2.0.6 with the enlightenment window
manager (no GNOME/KDE) and have a few problems.
1. I can't take single window screenshots. Everything looks the same as with
gimp 1.3. I click on "Acquire | Screenshot" and make sure that "a Single
Window" is checked.
However, when I go to take the screenshot, the screenshot is of the entire
screen, not just one window.
Single window screenshots have not worked for me since the day I upgraded
to gimp 2.x.
What's going on? I can't believe that single window screenshots work for
the rest of the world, but not for me.... :)
2. How do you move text? Once I lay down text onto an image, I can't seem
to move it around in the image like I could with gimp1.2. It's almost
like the text is not on the image, but I can see it on the image.
3. GNOME2 is ugly. And it's significantly slower than GNOME1.2. Is there
any way to get the GNOME1 interface back?
The mathematics of physics has become ever more abstract, rather than more
complicated. The mind of God appears to be abstract but not complicated.
He also appears to like group theory. -- Tony Zee's "Fearful Symmetry"
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