hi helen,

you can do this with the move-tool but you need to change the settings to
the option move layer or guideline and not move active layer -(it's my
free-out-of-mind translation - I got neither native english gimp nor is it
open now) -  or just use ctrl to change between these two options.
than you can drag and drop the guides out of the picture to delete them.

hope this helps,

Am 19.05.2008 4:27 Uhr schrieb "Michael J. Hammel" unter

> On Sun, 2008-05-18 at 22:11 -0400, Helen wrote:
>> In Gimp, when I pull the guides down in order to constrain
>> a circle, how do I then get the guides to go back.  Or
>> to move them?  The move tool moves the entire layer,
>> not the guides.
> Make sure you click right on the guides when you try to drag them.  The
> guide should change color (to a reddish tint) when your mouse is over
> them and you can click to drag it.
> To work with guides in a number of ways, try the menu Image->Guides.
> This has a number of different things you can do with them, like remove
> them all.
> If you drag a guide back into the rulers the guide is removed from the
> image window.  

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