Re: Biggest Frustration

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On Tue, Jun 22, 2010 at 12:30 AM, Alexandre Prokoudine
<alexandre.prokoudine@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 6/22/10, yahvuu wrote:
>> Hey Alexandre,
>>
>> hopefully this doesn't compromise your health, but an object picker has
>> already been proposed (which is my fault) [1], and for good reason:
>>
>> If you take non-destructive editing serious, you inevitably end up with a
>> finer granularity of adjustability than with the current scheme -- hence
>> objects  [2]. This is not my fault, but GEGL's. Should also produce a little
>> relief for those poor little abused layers ;-)
>
> Well, it looks like slightly improved existing Move tool to me :)

I'd add it wouldn't make a lot of sense without vastly improved vector
paths tool. Otherwise it's much better and simpler to have layer
groups and "objects" on different layers.

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