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- Apr 15 2015, 7:39 AM (196 w, 5 d)
Sat, Jan 19
We should indeed remove the separate arrange docker, since it is confusing people who think they can arrange paint layers with it. I think having the options in a menu won't surprise our users much, it's quite common.
Looks like it works fine, but I would suggest putting the comboboxes underneath each other, since the tool option widget gets quite wide now.
Fri, Jan 18
We're trying to deprecate the wiki in favor of the official manual; the commuunity wiki is more useful for things like sprint planning, not so much for documentation.
Thu, Jan 17
Cool! We also would need to have a page for the contributors manual explaining how to use this, though. I also think it's time for you to apply for a dev account: https://community.kde.org/Infrastructure/Get_a_Developer_Account
I actually committed this yesterday when I was going through my backlog, but forgot to push it. Done now.
Wed, Jan 16
Tue, Jan 15
For the next patch, we'll have to make you get a KDE identity and developer access :-)
Have you got commit access? If not, I can push it for you, but I need to know your name and email address.
Works fine for me, and I can access the older items as well.
Yay! It works now!
Right... From cursory testing, every seems to work. I'm pretty sure we need to expand the names with a bit of explanation, though -- nobody is going to be able to figure out what Frect is :-)
Yes, I think you're on the right track. Don't forget to add apidox for new classes along the way :-)
I'm all for it, but the patch doesn't apply:
Curious... I get a build error:
Mon, Jan 14
Thu, Jan 10
Mon, Jan 7
Please also push to krita/1.4 -- it looks likely we'll do another 4.1 bug fix release, probably february,.
Oh -- have you got push access, or should we push this for you?
Right... Let's push this patch first, then fix to use qIsNanPoint (which isn't, apparently a Qt function as I originally thought, but something home-grown in the KOffice era).
Thanks for the investigation and the patch! I've got one question, though...
Maybe we should also have a global action or option to enable/disable picking the alpha value. People are getting confused again...
Sun, Jan 6
This is an updated diff against krita/4.1 for the dithering work:
So... Does anyone remember why this wasn't merged?
Sat, Jan 5
Eliakin, will you push this patch this time? I'm about to start travelling.
I concur with Wolthera.
Fri, Jan 4
Thu, Jan 3
Argh... Maybe I just shouldn't touch code today. I hope I did it right this time...
Outch, thanks for the hint. I'll fix that.
Did we already commit this?
Thanks! I see that this was committed, so I'm closing the revision.
Wed, Jan 2
Tue, Jan 1
Thanks -- this works fine.
Mon, Dec 31
Just a note: I've somehow acquired a hernia that forces me to limit my keyboard time severely. So I have completely lost track of this task. Also, last time I started doing something, making rollups, it turned out there was no need... Is there still anything I need to do?
Looks good to me, but the part about installing llvm probably should be in the README.md or some place like that.
Sat, Dec 29
No, there isn't anything like that, it's a mess that's been twenty years in the growing. I agree it would be good to have a styleguide, and good to change the action names to be consistent and namespaced as soon as possible, before more people start relying on the current names.
Fri, Dec 28
Thu, Dec 27
Ah, yes, that's my fault...
Mon, Dec 24
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Yes, I agree that that should be in a separate patch.