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When creating a selection, it would be great to change its placement (start point) during the creating of the mask, as in Photoshop, perhaps by pressing the Space Alt  key.
Same function even when cropping.

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It is not problem (in Win), if cursor is inside area.

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I mean do it in one step.
1. click to i.e. Eliptical marque tool,
2. click to canvas and hold mouse button, then drag cursor to right down. While still holding left m.b. I want to move selection (press some key) and then resize again, everything before creating of final selection.

It works well while creating vector objects (Ellipse tool).

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