On May 18, 2006, at 4:29 AM, Mathieu Dimanche wrote:

2) when deleting a layer, the layer just above it is selected, but if you stay on the remove icon, it isn't active for clicking anymore, one should put the mouse out the icon's scope and come back to it to delete the selected layer. I think it's the same behavior in all gtk apps (hélas). Is it intended to be so, or can we hack into this to make it more "user friendly" ? BTW, I think I already read this kind of remark recently on the list, but can't find the post.

Strange. I'm not seeing that here. I'm on GTK+ 2.6.10

Is the button icon dimmed, or does it just not have an effect?