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10.3.  Re-show Last

The Re-show Last command shows the dialog of the most recently executed plug-in. Unlike the “Repeat Last” command, which does not display a dialog, the “Re-show Last” command displays a dialog window, if the plug-in has one. It is displayed with the settings you used the last time you ran the plug-in (assuming that the plug-in follows the GIMP programming conventions).

[Note] Note

Please note that this command repeats the most recently executed plug-in, regardless of whether it is in the Filters menu or not.

[Tip] Tip

When you are using a plug-in, especially one that does not have a preview window, you may very well have to adjust the parameters several times before you are satisfied with the results. To do this most efficiently, you should memorize the shortcuts for Undo and Re-show Last: Ctrl+Z followed by Ctrl+Shift+F.

10.3.1.  Activating the Command

  • You can access this command from the image menubar through Filters Re-show filter ,

  • or by using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Shift+F.


 
 
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