GIMP allows you to undo many steps, which makes undo a useful and powerful feature. This capability means that GIMP must store many successive states of the image you are working on, so the number of steps you can undo has a limit. We show how to adjust this limit in Chapter 22.
Figure 9-53. The Create New Template dialog
Figure 9-54. Available icons
Figure 9-55 shows the entries in the Image: Edit menu that let you undo actions. We recently used IWarp and the Blend tool, but we chose to undo Blend. The menu, therefore, displays options for ...