>What do you mean exactly by mask ? In GIMP masks are used to make portions of
>layer transparent without modifying the pixels on the layer itself.
I could be wrong( I can't remember exactly), but selection=~mask in Photo
>If you want to make a selection from your layer contents (provided that you
>begun with a transparent layer) you can use layer->transparency->alpha to
Thank you! I was thinking about that.
Anyway, there is web-based freeware software called SUMO paint 2.0 and it has
more similar layers (than Gimp) to Photo Paint and free transform tool(1 tool
only-scale,rotate by mouse).
wiorys (via www.gimpusers.com)
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