thehx Posted February 1, 2015 Share Posted February 1, 2015 To reproduce the bug, 1) create an empty image, 800x600 2) Ctrl+A, Ctrl+C, hold Ctrl+Shift+V for around 10 seconds, then hold Ctrl+Z (in hope of undoing making these additional layers) 3) Fatality! To those who think the scenario above is far too unusual to cause any real trouble, here is the simpliest possible way to shoot yourself in the leg with no intention to do it: 1) Draw a background and hide it 2) Create a drawing on a layer with opacity around 5% and rendering mode other than default 3) Ctrl+Shift+C the nearly-transparent drawing 4) Delete the now-useless drawing layer, display the background layer, then repeatedly hit Ctrl+Shift+V until everything looks as planned 5) Realize that the final result is totally unacceptable (either because it really is, or because of someone else's bleeding eyes) 6) Hit the Ctrl+Z pedal to the floor, to unwind those 10 or 15 new layers 7) All your unsaved work is gone... Attack the wall with own head, I suppose, unless your auto-saving instinct is on a level when you hit Ctrl+S before drawing a line, after drawing it, before zooming out to check how it looks in a big picture, and after zooming back in. PS. The same thing often occurs in similar scenarios involving adding or removing layers too quickly (You may use Ctrl+M, for example) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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