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2.5.3 Anchoring Floats

After a float has been created, normal operations cannot continue in the GIMP until the float is anchored. Anchoring is just the operation of depositing the float into a normal layer. Once this is done, the other layers become available for GIMP operations again. A layer can be anchored either to a new layer or to the last active layer before the float was created. A float is anchored to a new layer by selecting New Layer from the Layers menu or by clicking on the New Layer button in the Layers dialog. A float is anchored to the previously active layer by using the Anchor Layer  function from the Layers menu, by typing C-h in the image window, or by clicking on the Anchor button in the Layers dialog.




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