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Resizing a layer mask w/o transforming the included image [Designer]

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Hi, I want to resize a layer mask I have created before by dragging an image-layer below. The mask layer is just a vector rectangle.

When selecting and scaling the mask layer I always scale the masked image as well – and that's what I don't want.

 

The only ways to achieve that seems to be dragging out the image of the mask layer... but I hope that there's a more effective way.?.

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Tick "Lock Children" on the context menu when you select the rectangle


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46 minutes ago, carl123 said:

Tick "Lock Children" on the context menu when you select the rectangle

 

Hm, there is no such command in the context menu or anywhere else...

I've tried "Lock" but that does not prevent the masked image from being scaled.

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