thanks a lot... i downloaded the manual it should be fine.
I'm really sorry for my persistence but just found another thing that
if i have a group of graphics, how can i move them across the canvas all
together? i'm talking about lots of layers that needs to be located on
some other place on the same window without merging them into a single one.
thanks a million...
if i'm allowed i might be back with some other questions... i'm working
on the "big switch" from win/photoshop :)
Axel Wernicke wrote:
Am 20.11.2005 um 20:18 schrieb Remus Boara:
thanks a lot for the answer, very appreciated.
regarding the selection transforming was actually referring on how
to edit / modify / adjust a selection?
You can add / intersect / subtract a new selection from an existing
one by holding down some modifier keys. ( See http://docs.gimp.org/en/
ch07s02.html for a more detailed description)
If you are in need of handles to justify your selection you can
convert it to a path and modify that one ( after doing so you could
even convert it back into a selection).
Should you prefer to modify the selected area by using brush tools
use the quick mask feature. All this and much more is explained in
the manual (see link above)
thanks a lot.
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