Lighttable uses wrong image when mouse is not on the image.
17:46 < andabata> when in lighttable, move your mouse to the right panel.. change image with pageup/pagedown. and hit one of the image rotation buttons..
17:46 < andabata> it will rotate the previous selected image. not the current one
Bug 9941 might be related to this aswell
#2 Updated by Fernando R over 5 years ago
I was trying to reproduce it... and I know I think what's going on:
First of all, while in lighttable, "pageup" and "pagedown" scrolls the panel where all pictures are contained, but the selected picture remains the same (I guess this is the expected behaviour and not a bug).
Anyway, the thing is that when (in lighttable) you zoom in big enough so that only one picture is available, then, when you press "pageup"/"pagedown", it looks like you are changing picture while, in reality, you are, once again, just "scrolling".
Under these circumnstances, if you try to "rotate" the image (or do any other image operation), the effect will always be applied on the selected picture, which might not be the only one being displayed right now.
The only "fix" I can think of to avoid this "user confussion" is to make it more visually obvious which image is the active one (right now it is just a slightly different tone of grey).
What do you think?
PS: If this is what happened to "andabata", then it has nothing to do with Bug #9941