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canvas rotate tsrnc 28 Aug 13:59
  canvas rotate Alexandre Prokoudine via gimp-user-list 28 Aug 14:01
   canvas rotate tsrnc 28 Aug 14:08
    canvas rotate ̵tImposterMO̵ t̵ via gimp-user-list 29 Aug 23:42
     canvas rotate ̵tImposterMO̵ t̵ via gimp-user-list 29 Aug 23:46
      canvas rotate Alexandre Prokoudine via gimp-user-list 30 Aug 05:45
       canvas rotate ̵tImposterMO̵ t̵ via gimp-user-list 30 Aug 18:56
        canvas rotate Alexandre Prokoudine via gimp-user-list 30 Aug 19:09
2019-08-28 13:59:18 UTC (about 1 month ago)
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I accidentally press the canvas rotate button sometimes and cant find a way to get back to 0% without fiddling for a long time.How to get the canvas back to 0% rotation?
I know that if you press ctrl it will go in 15% increments but that doesn't help when I'm at 0.14% rotation.

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Alexandre Prokoudine via gimp-user-list
2019-08-28 14:01:50 UTC (about 1 month ago)

canvas rotate

1. Press !
2. Reset via View menu

On Wed, Aug 28, 2019 at 4:59 PM tsrnc wrote:

I accidentally press the canvas rotate button sometimes and cant find a way to get back to 0% without fiddling for a long time.How to get the canvas back to 0% rotation?
I know that if you press ctrl it will go in 15% increments but that doesn't help when I'm at 0.14% rotation.

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2019-08-28 14:08:13 UTC (about 1 month ago)
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canvas rotate

1. Press !
2. Reset via View menu

thanks works perfect

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̵tImposterMO̵ t̵ via gimp-user-list
2019-08-29 23:42:28 UTC (about 1 month ago)

canvas rotate

Hi I was confused about this; I am on LINUX; maybe it [canvas rotate button?] doesnt work on russian interface[I use to prevent hacking pc due to rename of primary folders]

So I was able to rotate with ctrl r perhaps and the mouse the dialog comes up. Alt H was the command I used to reset.

Tangent: What does ! do in bash it lets you repeat a previous command number !1 is the first terminal command listed by typing command $history and !! is to repeat the last command you entered head and tail can be used like grep to filter history and history -c can be used to clear history.

On 8/28/19, tsrnc wrote:

1. Press !
2. Reset via View menu

thanks works perfect

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̵tImposterMO̵ t̵ via gimp-user-list
2019-08-29 23:46:49 UTC (about 1 month ago)

canvas rotate

Sorry DUPLICATE with update:
[ADDED:
Alt H also conflicts with the Help button. In russian interface.

What is the ! In GIMP?

Can I set up gimp to snap to whole integers or decimal increments in rotations? ]

Hi I was confused about this; I am on LINUX; maybe it [canvas rotate button?] doesnt work on russian interface[I use to prevent hacking pc due to rename of primary folders]

So I was able to rotate with ctrl r perhaps and the mouse the dialog comes up. Alt H was the command I used to reset. Alt H also conflicts with the Help button. In russian interface.

What is the ! In GIMP?

Can I set up gimp to snap to whole integers or decimal increments in rotations?

Tangent: What does ! do in bash it lets you repeat a previous command number !1 is the first terminal command listed by typing command $history and !! is to repeat the last command you entered head and tail can be used like grep to filter history and history -c can be used to clear history.

On 8/29/19, ̵tImposterMO̵ t̵ wrote:

Hi I was confused about this; I am on LINUX; maybe it [canvas rotate button?] doesnt work on russian interface[I use to prevent hacking pc due to rename of primary folders]

So I was able to rotate with ctrl r perhaps and the mouse the dialog comes up. Alt H was the command I used to reset.

Tangent: What does ! do in bash it lets you repeat a previous command number !1 is the first terminal command listed by typing command $history and !! is to repeat the last command you entered head and tail can be used like grep to filter history and history -c can be used to clear history.

On 8/28/19, tsrnc wrote:

1. Press !
2. Reset via View menu

thanks works perfect

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Alexandre Prokoudine via gimp-user-list
2019-08-30 05:45:50 UTC (about 1 month ago)

canvas rotate

Hello. Remap the view reset action to anything you like (Правка > Клавиатурные комбинации). Ctrl usually enables constraint to 15 degrees.

Alex

пт, 30 авг. 2019 г., 2:47 ̵tImposterMO̵ t̵ via gimp-user-list < gimp-user-list@gnome.org>:

Sorry DUPLICATE with update:
[ADDED:
Alt H also conflicts with the Help button. In russian interface.

What is the ! In GIMP?

Can I set up gimp to snap to whole integers or decimal increments in rotations?
]

Hi I was confused about this; I am on LINUX; maybe it [canvas rotate button?] doesnt work on russian interface[I use to prevent hacking pc due to rename of primary folders]

So I was able to rotate with ctrl r perhaps and the mouse the dialog comes up. Alt H was the command I used to reset. Alt H also conflicts with the Help button. In russian interface.

What is the ! In GIMP?

Can I set up gimp to snap to whole integers or decimal increments in rotations?

Tangent:
What does ! do in bash it lets you repeat a previous command number !1 is the first terminal command listed by typing command $history and !! is to repeat the last command you entered head and tail can be used like grep to filter history and history -c can be used to clear history.

On 8/29/19, ̵tImposterMO̵ t̵ wrote:

Hi I was confused about this; I am on LINUX; maybe it [canvas rotate button?] doesnt work on russian interface[I use to prevent hacking pc due to rename of primary folders]

So I was able to rotate with ctrl r perhaps and the mouse the dialog comes up. Alt H was the command I used to reset.

Tangent: What does ! do in bash it lets you repeat a previous command number !1 is the first terminal command listed by typing command $history and !! is to repeat the last command you entered head and tail can be used like grep to filter history and history -c can be used to clear history.

On 8/28/19, tsrnc wrote:

1. Press !
2. Reset via View menu

thanks works perfect

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̵tImposterMO̵ t̵ via gimp-user-list
2019-08-30 18:56:23 UTC (about 1 month ago)

canvas rotate

Thanks. I will definitely use the ctrl restraint; Is there a cheatsheet or list of all the hotkeys? PS do you know how to select by incremental colors for scripts or batches? IE I have a 16 color pallete and want to procedure-ally make a paint by number or outline in blackthenemboss for stained glass effect etc. or Perhaps use in place of sprite mapping so colors represent art asset states per XY location for 2D games.

If its hex color I guess you can add colors or go thru the 16million colors in an array but for a pallete is there a way to access colors by index?

On 8/30/19, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:

Hello. Remap the view reset action to anything you like (Правка > Клавиатурные комбинации). Ctrl usually enables constraint to 15 degrees.

Alex

пт, 30 авг. 2019 г., 2:47 ̵tImposterMO̵ t̵ via gimp-user-list < gimp-user-list@gnome.org>:

Sorry DUPLICATE with update:
[ADDED:
Alt H also conflicts with the Help button. In russian interface.

What is the ! In GIMP?

Can I set up gimp to snap to whole integers or decimal increments in rotations?
]

Hi I was confused about this; I am on LINUX; maybe it [canvas rotate button?] doesnt work on russian interface[I use to prevent hacking pc due to rename of primary folders]

So I was able to rotate with ctrl r perhaps and the mouse the dialog comes up. Alt H was the command I used to reset. Alt H also conflicts with the Help button. In russian interface.

What is the ! In GIMP?

Can I set up gimp to snap to whole integers or decimal increments in rotations?

Tangent:
What does ! do in bash it lets you repeat a previous command number !1 is the first terminal command listed by typing command $history and !! is to repeat the last command you entered head and tail can be used like grep to filter history and history -c can be used to clear history.

On 8/29/19, ̵tImposterMO̵ t̵ wrote:

Hi I was confused about this; I am on LINUX; maybe it [canvas rotate button?] doesnt work on russian interface[I use to prevent hacking pc due to rename of primary folders]

So I was able to rotate with ctrl r perhaps and the mouse the dialog comes up. Alt H was the command I used to reset.

Tangent: What does ! do in bash it lets you repeat a previous command number !1 is the first terminal command listed by typing command $history and !! is to repeat the last command you entered head and tail can be used like grep to filter history and history -c can be used to clear history.

On 8/28/19, tsrnc wrote:

1. Press !
2. Reset via View menu

thanks works perfect

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Alexandre Prokoudine via gimp-user-list
2019-08-30 19:09:34 UTC (about 1 month ago)

canvas rotate

There are a bunch of commands to manipulate colors by changing value of each channel. And you can navigate inside indexed color maps too.

Can't tell you details from phone, just try search in the Procedure Browser (Help menu).

Alex

пт, 30 авг. 2019 г., 21:56 ̵tImposterMO̵ t̵ :

Thanks. I will definitely use the ctrl restraint; Is there a cheatsheet or list of all the hotkeys? PS do you know how to select by incremental colors for scripts or batches? IE I have a 16 color pallete and want to procedure-ally make a paint by number or outline in blackthenemboss for stained glass effect etc. or Perhaps use in place of sprite mapping so colors represent art asset states per XY location for 2D games.

If its hex color I guess you can add colors or go thru the 16million colors in an array but for a pallete is there a way to access colors by index?

On 8/30/19, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:

Hello. Remap the view reset action to anything you like (Правка > Клавиатурные комбинации). Ctrl usually enables constraint to 15 degrees.

Alex

пт, 30 авг. 2019 г., 2:47 ̵tImposterMO̵ t̵ via gimp-user-list < gimp-user-list@gnome.org>:

Sorry DUPLICATE with update:
[ADDED:
Alt H also conflicts with the Help button. In russian interface.

What is the ! In GIMP?

Can I set up gimp to snap to whole integers or decimal increments in rotations?
]

Hi I was confused about this; I am on LINUX; maybe it [canvas rotate button?] doesnt work on russian interface[I use to prevent hacking pc due to rename of primary folders]

So I was able to rotate with ctrl r perhaps and the mouse the dialog comes up. Alt H was the command I used to reset. Alt H also conflicts with the Help button. In russian interface.

What is the ! In GIMP?

Can I set up gimp to snap to whole integers or decimal increments in rotations?

Tangent:
What does ! do in bash it lets you repeat a previous command number !1 is the first terminal command listed by typing command $history and !! is to repeat the last command you entered head and tail can be used like grep to filter history and history -c can be used to clear history.

On 8/29/19, ̵tImposterMO̵ t̵ wrote:

Hi I was confused about this; I am on LINUX; maybe it [canvas rotate button?] doesnt work on russian interface[I use to prevent hacking pc due to rename of primary folders]

So I was able to rotate with ctrl r perhaps and the mouse the dialog comes up. Alt H was the command I used to reset.

Tangent: What does ! do in bash it lets you repeat a previous command number !1 is the first terminal command listed by typing command $history and !! is to repeat the last command you entered head and tail can be used like grep to filter history and history -c can be used to clear history.

On 8/28/19, tsrnc wrote:

1. Press !
2. Reset via View menu

thanks works perfect

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