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Hi!

This is a strange behavior so I think it is a bug.

Select a layer, go to Layer -> Adjustements -> Rotate/Zoom

Select a zoom factor

Click Ok

[the new zoom factor is applied]

Select a layer, go to Layer -> Adjustements -> Rotate/Zoom again

It show the last zoom factor used (correct)

The image is resized again on this factor.

I would await that the zoom factor was reset to 1, so I can apply a newer factor to the layer, or that if I reset it to 1 manually the layer will return to its original size.

I hope to be clear ;)

So, you want to be able to zoom to 150%, then when you do rotate/zoom again, you want "100%" to give you the image you started with from the beginning? This isn't the way Rotate / Zoom works. Rotate / Zoom actually stretches out/rotates/shrinks the image in place. What you are selecting in the Rotate / Zoom dialog how much of a change should be performed. If you want to get your original image back, you'd have to re-zoom it to 66%, and even then, you wouldn't get the content near the edges.

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P.S.: what happened to the forum?

I can see just 3 messages :(

The old forum we were using was being hosted on a server that was going to be shut off, permanently, in mid-August. Switching to this server got us phpBB, which is a much better forum system, and a reliable, permanent server.

We're looking into transferring the old content to the new server.

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Version 2.2 will have the ability to select an area, and to then resize just what you've selected, without the clumsiness of Rotate / Zoom. Not that we're removing R/Z -- quite the opposite, in fact, as Tom has extended it to do something very, very cool.

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