Commit bd249314 authored by Eoin O'Neill's avatar Eoin O'Neill 🍀

Added 'Paste Reference' to Reference Tool Documentation

Keeps documentation up to date with additional feature added to
`Reference Image Tool`. kde/krita@00d3e6d9
parent 9962ff46
......@@ -23,8 +23,10 @@ The reference images tool is a replacement for the reference images docker. You
Tool Options
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Add reference image
Add Reference Image
Load a single image to display on the canvas.
Paste Reference Image
Load an image from the system clipboard and add it as a reference image.
Load Set
Load a set of reference images.
Save Set
......@@ -43,8 +45,8 @@ Storage mode
Embed to \*.kra
Store this reference image into the kra file. This is recommended for small vital files you'd easily lose track of otherwise.
Link to external file.
Only link to the reference image, krita will open it from the disk everytime it loads this file. This is recommended for big files, or files that change a lot.
Only link to the reference image, krita will open it from the disk everytime it loads this file. This is recommended for big files, or files that change a lot. This option is only available when reference images are loaded from a local path.
You can move around reference images by selecting them with |mouseleft|, and dragging them. You can rotate reference images by holding the cursor close to the outside of the corners till the rotate cursor appears, while tilting is done by holding the cursor close to the outside of the middle nodes. Resizing can be done by dragging the nodes. You can delete a single reference image by clicking it and pressing :kbd:`Del`. You can select multiple reference images with :kbd:`Shift` and perform all of these actions.
To hide all reference images temporarily use :menuselection:`View --> Show Reference Images`.
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