If you are doing something like this repetitively you might want to
consider using ImageMagick and its command-line tool, convert. It can
be used to combine sequentially either horizontally or vertically
multiple images. No more said as that is another user group. -Bob
Sven Neumann wrote:
> On Thu, 2007-08-02 at 13:05 -0700, spammy wrote:
>> I recently found myself needing to append a copy of an image right
>> next to itself, essentially doubling the width of the canvas and
>> ending up with a "stereoimage" more or less. Unfortunately, the image
>> consisted of many layers, and I had to copy-n-paste the content of
>> each layer and then move it to the side, layer by layer. Well, at
>> least I "had to" in the sense that I didn't know any better.
> Do you actually still need the individual layers? Otherwise you could
> simply flatten the image or merge visible layers before you create the
> stereo image.
>> I foresee myself having to do the same again, and was wondering if
>> there was some fancy way to copy/paste/move all the layers at the same
>> time, or if there might be an even better approach to this.
> You can link layers by toggling the chain icon in the layers dialog.
> Linked layers can be moved together.
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