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I just added you two to this ticket. It relates to a "tweening" animation feature that was in development. Now that the animation cache stuff is figured out, this might be able to be dusted off and resurrected.
May 3 2020
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Mar 26 2020
Mar 24 2020
I have two variations of the storyboard docker with UI directions. The first example is closer to the direction on how something like Storyboarder does it. The second one is a direction we could go based off how Storyboard Pro does it.
This is perfect @dkazakov. Thanks for putting these functional requirements together.
Mar 19 2020
If I was doing this, I would probably make the storyboard docker a separate docker than the timeline and animation docker. Under the hood it would still use the existing animation API, but you wouldn't need those other dockers to do storyboarding. The reasoning for me is that storyboarding is a separate part in the workflow, and I think the decisions that people want to make are different. The few times I have storyboarded, this was the workflow I have used.
Mar 14 2020
Feb 29 2020
@rempt, @tymond - I guess then what is really changing for people? When Krita 4.3 comes out with these changes, people will be using it the same way they always have. Can they manage most of their brushes and tags the same way they do now? Creating new brush presets through the brush editor, and tagging brushes through the brush presets docker for example.
How does managing resources in Krita relate to just adding and removing files manually on the file browser? It looks like a lot of these files are still viewable by just navigating to the folder inside my Krita inst foldere. Right now in Krita 4 you can manage resources by just dropping a bunch of images into the symbols folder for example for vector files. Is this still going to be possible in the new version?
Dec 9 2019
I wonder where this should be? I feel like this is common enough that we should make it really easy to find off the main menu...and not in the "configure krita" dialog.
Dec 1 2019
@ognarb - Thanks for working on this! Maybe for the next step...how hard is it going to be to get a version of it going on a KDE server? Once we get it semi-working on a KDE server, people might be able to provide better feedback too if they can start playing around with a dev site. It sounds like you already have a lot of things set up like 2FA.
Nov 4 2019
@ognarb - thanks for starting to look into this. This could work out pretty well. It sounds like the KDE identity work is still in flux a bit, so maybe this blender ID mechanism is something that could replace the old system.
Oct 10 2019
Oct 6 2019
This conversation about the settings dialog has came up multiple times in the last 4-5 years I have been helping. We usually do some work to make it smaller, then of course more options get added that make it larger again. I think all we can do is find out what area is taking the most space...and figure out ways to make it take up less space.
Oct 1 2019
Sep 24 2019
Closing this ticket. We updated the UI a little while ago with some of the hold ideas listed here. Any other feedback can go in a new ticket.
Sep 13 2019
maybe instead of 'update now', it could just say "update to newer version".
Aug 31 2019
Aug 27 2019
I made a few updates. I think this is getting closer.
Aug 22 2019
@woltherav - The question for me is should we be using non open formats and things like MP4 video files...or youtube for that matter. I am ok with doing whatever most people are doing/using, but not sure how hardcore we want to get with sticking to open formats/platforms.
It looks like WebM also doesn't work in IE, which we still have quite few thousand people using that every month. Right now we just upload the videos right now to the website. We would have to make an account on peertube or something to put these type of one-off videos on if we want. I kind of don't want all these work-arounds and fallbacks just to get a video to play.
I have been starting to make some changes to this page on the dev site for testing.
Aug 21 2019
@woltherav Looks good. The only thing I might want to have clarified is what "previous version" means. I guess for this survey, it means how does this beta build compare to our current stable release
The platform really shouldn't be anything special we need to do. If they are downloading an appimage, we can be pretty confident they are on linux for example.
Aug 19 2019
An overview of the full UI might be a bit too heavy for this page. Maybe what we can do is make the user interface section into its own area...and do a bit more describing what it is about. Then maybe link to the docs somewhere.
Aug 16 2019
Aug 14 2019
This sounds like a potential sub-task to a larger discussion with the monthly art challenge stuff. We need to do a bit more discussion on what that is going to look like, or who is going to have time to manage it. There might be a task already for that, but I cannot find one at the moment.
Aug 12 2019
Another "pie in the sky" idea with something I saw in that Microsoft video. It would be nice to search for recent documents in this and open them that way.
@huftis I do like the idea of it breaking things apart by category with the auto-complete area. I think depending on how this gets hooked up and what is available, we can see what we have to work with.
Do we have any timeline for this? I remember someone mentioning September 2019. That is coming up pretty quick if that is the date.
I think Blender has a standalone authentication site that runs through id.blender.org. The other sites like cloud.blender.org and fund.blender.org use it to authenticate. Those websites can do whatever they want then.
With a little bit of looking into things, we are going to need to start having a username and login to manage this information like id.blender.org takes care of.
Aug 11 2019
I just updated the site to say 4GB. Talking with @rempt, he mentioned updating the OpenGL requirements as well to version 3.0 which I did as well.
Aug 9 2019
Here is a potential idea for how we can do this. I think the community competition might be a little ways off. When it comes time to implement this, we could do the news section first on the left side and leave the community stuff as-is. Once we get the community competitions going we can start working more on the updated welcome screen integration with it.
Another thing to add is maybe we can combine the on-canvas message for canvas zooming and rotation. Since two fingers does both rotate and zoom, it is hard to tell what the zoom level is as you are using two fingers.
Aug 8 2019
Jul 23 2019
Jul 20 2019
If you get a chance, could you provide a quick update on this ticket with where this is at? Also maybe attach the "AVB" file you are using so people can see what it looks like. I can't tell if it is in the repository, or if you just have it on your computer somewhere.
Jul 7 2019
Jun 29 2019
Jun 17 2019
Do we need any ability to edit individual tips, or just add and remove them from external files (like these two example videos are doing). I think the editing is where it might start getting tricky on the UI.
Jun 8 2019
Jun 5 2019
@gernene - maybe for those ambiguous links, we could be more concrete with something like "Getting Started from Photoshop", or "Navigating around the application"
May 28 2019
@gernene - that is quite alright with the time. I think we all get busy.
May 15 2019
@gernene - I think we probably need to give more space to each module - so feel free to change things. I think we at least want the news to be "above the fold" so people can see that without scrolling. Other than that, the other sections are interesting things that people may, or may not, care about.
May 13 2019
May 11 2019
@gernene - I was about to start adding it, then was thinking about what to do with the volunteer section we already have on the homepage - "Get Involved" section. I like what you have better, but if we remove the existing thing the page might look a bit unbalanced. Do you have any ideas on how this homepage could be organized?