On 1/9/07, Shawn Willden <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Monday 08 January 2007 23:10, Steven Woody wrote:
> > in Photoshop, there is a tool 'adjustment layer', what's the
> > equivalent in Gimp? thanks.
> GIMP doesn't have any equivalent. I believe it's in the plan for future
> releases. I know the new graphics engine will make adjustment layers very
> simple to implement, so I wouldn't expect to see them implemented before the
> new engine goes in, and I would expect them to be implemented very soon
> For now, you just have to make the adjustments directly on your image layer.
> I usually copy the image layer before applying an adjustment to it, in case I
> decide to remove the adjustment.
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thanks for all the information, but i still expect the adjustment
layer to be available in the future releases. anyway, adjustment layer
is not wholly in function equal to duplicate a layer.
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