Dmitry Kazakov dimula73 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 22 16:10:37 CEST 2010

> > That is exactly what i thought about! :)
> >
> > We do already have an overlay QImage, afair... But how will we deal with
> > multilayer images? What if the tool is applied to the lowest layer?
> >
> We don't have an overlay QImage, but tools get a QPainter to paint their
> decorations. The transform tool can use that. What I can conceive of is
> that
> we paint the transformed content in a QImage on top of the image, even if
> it comes from a lower layer, but that we show the image itself with some
> transparency, to make clear it's a temporary display.

Yeah, it would be nice! We could even darken the original image with some
semi-transparent gray color. Like it is done in Photoshop's Crop tool.

Dmitry Kazakov
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