Re: [Gimp-developer] Important misfunction in gimp scaling tool

On Wed, 2012-06-06 at 00:47 +0200, Ofnuts wrote:

> The "when the /from centre/ transformation constraint is enabled, the 
> translation shall also translate the diagonally opposite corner points 
> by the same distance, however with the angle of the vector 180 degrees 
> rotated." tells me that the "centre" is the intersection of the 
> diagonals and that you can't do anything about it.

I don't think you should view it as written in stone - it's a
starting-point that will have to be modified, potentially, based on
feedback such as this and on real user experience.

>  each 
> scale/rotate slighly blurs the picture, so it's a major usability gain 
> to be able to do it in one single pass 
This may or may not be true with the GEGL graph-based editing, we'll see
-- consecutive transformations could be edited out, although that may
defeat people who intentionally scale repeatedly to get exactly that


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