On Mon, 2004-11-29 at 15:24, bulia byak wrote:
Move to Layer Above Shift+PgUp
// move selection to the top of sibling layer above, or to the
top of parent layer (but not root) if no siblings
Move to Layer Below Shift+PgDn
// move selection to the top of sibling layer below, or to the
bottom of parent layer (but not root) if no siblings
I think it would be better to match the visual ordering of layers as
they appear in the selector and Layers dialog.
That basically means that "above" is a depth-first traversal of layers,
avoiding the problem of constantly "coralling" the user into
higher-level layers when using sublayers.
FWIW, depth-first traversal is already implemented with
Inkscape::next_layer (for above) and Inkscape::previous_layer (for
below), in layer-fns.cpp.