taurus35 wrote:You can select an item by holding down the "Ctrl" key & clicking an item. If you then hold "Ctrl" & "Shift" together you can click & select multiple items but you can't select an item (as far as I know) through a transparent item i.e through the transparent image part of the layer, if parts of that layer don't contain an image & are blank you will be able to select a lower item. If you have selected multiple items in the image using "Ctrl" & "Shift" you can then add to that multiple selection by holding down the "Ctrl" key & selecting an item from the layer list to add to your selection. Once you have your selection you can click anywhere in the image & drag them around or scale them together without losing your selection until you pick another layer.
Great tutorial, thank you!
On a different note, it would be a good idea to be able to turn the "Actions" on & off the same way you do with the layers. So that when you click the eye on an action, that action is disabled, reverting the element, without having to delete it & re-add it again.
Good idea, I'll try to implement it.
Something that lstar337 & myself were talking about today was being able to use the blend modes of layers to effect the ones directly below them as in Photoshop, using Darkem, Multiply, Colour Burn, Linear Burn, Lighten, Overlay, Subtract, Hue, Luminosity & many others. This might be taking things abit far & not possible but would be handy as you can get some great effects.
We will discuss a bit later about this...
Another thing was would it be possible to have an option to fix an elements position by the top right corner instead of the top left? So that any adjustments made to an element happened all to the left instead of to the right.
What do u mean? You can resize to the left... text can be right aligned... give me some usage samples so I can understand.
That should give you something to think about
Yeah, right... as if my mind was at rest...