Bug ID: 413968
           Summary: Transform showing original position (first frame) and
                    not last frame for movement
           Product: krita
          Platform: MS Windows
                OS: other
            Status: REPORTED
          Severity: normal
          Priority: NOR
         Component: Tools/Transform
  Target Milestone: ---


I am creating an animation in Krita but I have realized an issue and I have no
idea how to solve it. I would appreciate any help!

I have my starting frame, where the character is still, and I have created my
last frame, where my character is jumping in a certain position.

Now I am starting to create the "middle frames". I activated the onion skin.
Whenever I use the transform tool to move anything, when I select it, it will
show the first frame's image. I mean, the selection is the object in that
frame, but it will show the first frame's image.

For example, if I select my head, and I am in my last frame, I will see the
image of the first frame, not the last frame.

This makes it really hard to position things since it is not clear where every
object is.

With onion Skin off it is the same. With onion skin on this problem extends to
the onion skin images, the onion skin highlights starts appearing everywhere
(makes no sense at all).


End (last frame):

Middle with Onion On:

Looks Like Start With Onion On, but it is actually End Frame, Onion On, and the
head layer selected with transform tool:

End With Onion On:

Using Transform In last Frame with Onion On:

1. You can activate or not onion skin in animation. Create a starting frame.
2. Move any quantity of frames forward, and select the same layer to transform
(ex. animation of moving a leg forward).
3. Notice that after moving the layer, if you select the layer again, it will
show the image of the first frame, even though if you move it, it will move the
image of the last frame. (But you won't actually know if you moved it correctly
because you can't see the image).
4. If you go to a frame between those frames and try to move it, you will see
that it will show the onion skin moving too, though it does not really move the
onion skin.


It shows the image of first frame. Onion skin moves with everything, but the
image in the last frame or first frame does not actually move (it acts
correctly, but what it displays is incorrect).


It should display the image of the selected layer, and onion skin should stay
still, since we are not moving the first or last frame, and also when it is
modified it does not move them either.

Windows: windows 10
Linux/KDE Plasma: 
(available in About System)
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Krita is great

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