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Move images to other layers

It is even possible to Copy and Insert your selections to another layer, by dragging the selection to the layer below or above.

Obiously, the other layer must has been created beforehand.

To do so, proceed the same way as before : first, click on the selected image(s), then hold click : once the pink area and the red vertical bar appear, release the click, a little window will appear near your cursor, offering you two choices : Copy and Insert.

* Copy

1) If you copy your selection to an empty area, it will be kept at its original place. You will have an exact copy of your selection at the chosen area.

- Either on a completely empty layer :

On this empty instance (not that useful)




Or near this empty instance :



- Either to an empty area near an instance :




2) If you copy your selection over already existing images, you will overwrite these images


* Insert

1) If you insert your selection to an empty area, you will have the same result as the first Copy option.




Or :





2) If you insert your selection over already existing images, you will keep it at its original place. You will have an exact copy of your selection at the chosen area, but the existing images will not be overwritten. The duration of the layer will be changed.




Or :




TVPaint Animation 10, 9, etc, users could use these functions with the [Ctrl] and [Shhift] keys when moving images.

You can also Cut, Copy and Paste an image or an image selection, respectively with the [Ctrl + C], [Ctrl + X] et [Ctrl + V] shorcuts (use [Cmd] instead of [Ctrl] if you work on a Mac).
The Cut, Copy and Paste the images are also available in the Image main menu or with the contextual menu (right click).