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Jappaloe63
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Smart object

Post#1 by Jappaloe63 » 12 Mar 2020, 16:35


I sometimes use Adobe photoshop and there is the option smart object, I sometimes use it for mockups. Is there a possibility that something like this is also made for Gimp.

Photoshop Smart Object never lets you lose the quality of a vector object or an image, even if we rescale or resample or reposition or rotate as we like in our document.
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Post#2 by tim » 24 Mar 2020, 18:54


In GIMP, there are paths which don't lose quality because they're defined by control points which control the paths.
But no smart objects in GIMP.
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