> > > No. Arrows are for moving. Rotation is different and
How about using Ctrl+R for rotation through 90 degrees? (I use that a
whole lot more often than the small rotations anyway).
Why ctrl-] is any worse? And if you decide you want to rotate it back, you
only need to press ctrl-[. Whereas with ctrl-r, you'd have to do ctrl-r
three more times :)
currently used by Show Rulers and only becuase I cannot think of anything
better I'd suggest using Ctrl+Shift+R for Show Rulers because at least
then it would be the same as the GIMP.
And ctrl-r in Gimp is what?
> Because I may want to pan regardless of any selection, of
You might want to, you dont sound all that certain.
Really, I pan with ctrl-arrows ALL THE TIME. When the doc is just loaded and
there's no selection. When I have a selection and want to better center it.
And in a million of other cases :)
I've just noticed that the Up and Down Arrow Keys currently Zoom
Out (when used without any modifier keys) and I would have expected them
to be available for Panning when nothing was selected.
They're not supposed to, it's a bug which I will fix shortly. It does not
affect selector and node tool.
I'd think that Up and Down would be best not used for Zooming.
For Zooming it would be better to just have
Zoom In + (and also =) as well as Ctrl++ (and Ctrl+=)
Sorry, ctrl++ is already "union". It's easy to remember that ctrl with four
math operators means four boolean functions.
Zoom Out - as well as Ctrl+-
Ctrl+- is "subtract"
(the use of both + and = is to avoid the nasty differences between
and AZERTY keyboards) and with Zoom having this generous selection of
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