> Sven Neumann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> >You enter the desired aspect
> >ratio in the Crop tool options, like 16:9, and it will use that whenever
> >you press Shift (or lock the ratio using the check button next to the
Jeffery Small writes:
> In my 2.4.2 version running on Solaris 10/SPARC under gnome, the check-box
> does lock the crop aspect ratio. But if the check box is not selected, no
> key, including shift, seems to lock the aspect ratio
For me (on Linux), Shift locks the aspect ratio, but only if I press
it after I start dragging. If I hold Shift before I start the drag,
it doesn't do anything as far as I can tell. Is that intentional?
That said, I love the new crop tool. I do a lot of fixed aspect
ratio crops, and it's SO much easier now than it was with 2.2.
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