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  1. Well. phooey. Thanks for the replies, Joshua & welshblue.
  2. I'm not sure how to word this, but what I would like to do is pull a side nub and have both side nubs move. So instead of resizing from just one side of the selection, I'm resizing from both sides simultaneously -- or resizing from the center. Is it possible to do this? I read the help files and didn't see anything, but maybe I'm missing the right keywords to find it.
  3. Ctrl+PgDn ... Ctrl+PgUp ... Ctrl+PgDn ... WHATTHEFRICKITYFRACKFRUCK?!? :wtf: I'm glad to see there's still a keyboard shortcut to switch between images, but I predict many more fails on my part until I re-learn it. <just venting> <will eat cookie now and go back to cave>
  4. It would be nice if the Resize dialog box remembered whether you last chose "By percentage" or "By absolute size." Currently Resize has "By absolute size" as the default, and it always opens with that selected. I usually resize by percentage, so I'd prefer that it open with that option selected instead.
  5. Great tutorial, but I couldn't get it to work until I clicked the "Sampling: Secondary Color" button (apparently the default is "Sampling: Once"). Perhaps you could add this to your instructions?
  6. Oo, nifty! I need to memorize these keyboard shortcuts. I've been trying to use the shortcuts from a different program in PDN, and oddly, they don't work. (Did I say I was absent minded...?)
  7. Me, three. This is when I really appreciate the PDN's undo window!
  8. Thanks for the tips, Cc4FuzzyHuggles. This "problem" has some fairly easy workarounds, but I'm a bit absent minded, like Red ochre. I thought I'd suggest a "choose which layer has the auto fill" function on the off chance that [a] other people would also like it and it's not too difficult to implement.
  9. Maybe I didn't explain clearly, but I actually want my background (BG) layer to have color. So the functionality where the BG layer gets the secondary color when the canvas is enlarged is great -- I'm all for keeping how that works. What I want the ability to choose which layer is BG (in functionality, not position). Right now only the first layer can be BG, and it's impossible (as far as I can tell) to change that designation. Thanks for the suggestion, though.
  10. I searched for this but didn't see it as a feature that exists or has been requested before. So hopefully this is copacetic. Currently when you open an image and add more images to it as layers, the first image is your background. When you enlarge the canvas, the background of the new area that's been added has the background color in your palette. Problem: If you want to have all of your layers transparent but you don't want to see that checkboard as the background, you need to create a new layer, move it to the bottom, and color it white. But if you enlarge the canvas, your new background doesn't take the background color in your palette -- your first image layer does. So you need to delete the color from the first layer and add it to your chosen background layer. One workaround -- which I read about here and hope to remember for next time! -- is to copy the first image to a new layer and make that original first image layer into your background (flood it with white). Request: What I suggest instead is the ability to select which layer is the background (meaning, it will fill with the background palette color when you enlarge the canvas). Perhaps a checkbox in the layer properties window? Also, a little icon on the layer palette (or is it called window?) that indicates which layer is the background would be nice.