My first post here!
I wanted a little help to zoom on images.
Try to explain what I'd like to do.
Very often I need to select in detail an image to crop out just 1-2 pixels of the image (an example... 100x100px image... I want to crop out let's say a 2x100 vertical line on the left area of the image), doing so Select -> Crop image to selection (hope these are the right commands in english UI).
My problem is that, after selection, and zooming on the left area of the image, I'm not able to zoom in the area near the border but outside of the image, to be able to select in detail the area I want to crop out; when zooming in, the border of the image gets to the border of the gimp window, so I can't pull the left selection line where needed. Actually... at times GIMP does that, but I don't understand what's the way to do it.
So... in short... I'd like to know if it's possible to zoom an area outside of the image.
I'm using the zoom-in, zoom-out feature with the mouse wheel.
Or maybe that could be a request for a new feature?
Thank you for any help.