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Re: [vox-tech] gimp - writing to transparent areas?
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Re: [vox-tech] gimp - writing to transparent areas?

On Thu, 17 May 2001, William Kendrick wrote:

> On Thu, May 17, 2001 at 12:01:11PM -0700, Mark K. Kim wrote:
> > When resizing the image resizes each layer?  That doesn't happen when I
> > resize an image (I have to resize each layer.)  Any ideas?
> >
> What version of Gimp are you running, our of curiosity? :)
> (In the newest versions, they've renamed the commands to
> "Scale Image" and "Canvas Size" (under the "Image" menu), and
> "Scale Layer" and "Layer Boundary Size" (under the layer->rightclick menu))

Hmmm... I think 1.1x.  I'm not at home right now so I'm not sure.
Obviously not the latest version if I'm still using the old command names.

> Anyway, just to make sure I know what you're talking about, do you want to
> 'shrink' or 'grow' the image (and its contents; kinda like zooming?),
> or simply change the size (adding a border, or cropping out stuff) of
> the canvas that the image is drawn on?

I just want to be able to draw to the side of an existing image (outside
the existing boundaries), not make it bigger or smaller.


Mark K. Kim
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