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- Apr 15 2015, 1:01 PM (179 w, 4 d)
Thu, Sep 20
@dkazakov - I can make designs of other areas once we get the general direction down. In the existing brush editor, all the curves setting pages took up the most space. I was mostly showing how we can update that page to allow us to make things smaller.
The rotation thing looks nice.
For the slider, I probably wouldn't have a icon to the left as a label. For a lot of sliders we are starting to put the text inside the slider area...so it would look like this.
Wed, Sep 19
I think we might want to have a bit more discussion with other artists on this before any work gets done. I have heard from at least one other artist that he wants it to work exactly like we have it now... moving your cursor inside an active selection allow you to move the selection.
Mon, Sep 17
I think the current functionality is ok for now too. @razvanr is right that there is one workflow that is going to be inconvenienced with how it works now. I think this change is going to swap what the inconvenience is going to be . Usually things like this need more brainstorming with all the artists before making a patch. Everyone uses layers differently, so it is a really tricky area to do. There are going to be some people unhappy no matter what solution we end up choosing.
Wed, Sep 12
Tue, Sep 11
I added a drop-down to the fundraising Mollie form. People can select what area they want to vote on now when the donate.
@rempt - love the text for the kickstarter backers
Mon, Sep 10
@rempt - I took the campaign text and made some changes. I turned it into a Google docs.
Sat, Sep 8
Fri, Sep 7
I am ok to push this out.
Wed, Sep 5
I am not sure if the WordPress Mollie plugin is going to be the best route for managing all this email. It doesn't have any logic for different donation amounts. We cannot send out certain links to 50 euro donations, and other links to 100 euro donations. It can only send out a generic email to everyone once a payment is successful. We can add variables like how much they donated, but that seems to be it for this plugin.
Bugzilla does have a REST API, but I don't think it can bring back JSON results with that complex of criteria.
Sun, Sep 2
@dkazakov that sounds about right!
Sat, Sep 1
Wed, Aug 29
I just made this for a test video I was making on doing a code review
Aug 24 2018
I talked with @kamathraghavendra I a bit over IRC. I think the direction we are starting to head down is trying to make the vector selections the default mode for adding and editing selections.
The news does take quite a bit of space. One idea is we could start using a stacked widget thing to have sections of this (mockup below). I think we discussed that previously in the case we start getting a lot of stuff.
@kamathraghavendra - I wonder if we need two menu items then? Maybe we can have a second one that says "edit selection anchor ponts". Clicking that would automatically convert the selection to a vector selection if it wasn't one, then enter the mode to edit the anchor points.
Aug 23 2018
One idea of how this might work that would align with what @dkazakov shows:
@woltherav yes. I think the idea for this is that we need to make it easier to find and use these tools. Having to go through all the steps the way it is shown in Dmitry's video is probably too many steps and not the easiest workflow.
Aug 22 2018
I just updated the rest API, so you can now get the release version, and a URL for a link to the release notes.
Aug 20 2018
code wise it seems good. We do need to think about the issues we are trying to solve with adding this. I want to make that whatever we pull down is the most helpful.
updated the const references and it still works! thanks dmitry. Pushed it out to master. Update your KisConfig update whenever
Aug 18 2018
I switched out the arguments for those two KisConfigs
Aug 17 2018
I can switch those KisConfig flags.
Aug 16 2018
Is this the same code that is in your branch? I am getting a build error when trying to build the branch...
Aug 14 2018
@dkazakov I updated all the points except the one that is disputable. I also don't see any type of image barrier locking dealing with that code, so I didn't do anything regarding that. Maybe I am not looking in the right location.
Aug 13 2018
Aug 9 2018
Aug 8 2018
I made some changes after testing it more with a playback range. The UX is a bit trickier with having a selection as there are more states to deal with with.
Aug 4 2018
Aug 3 2018
Aug 2 2018
Jul 30 2018
Jul 24 2018
Updated the patch to use an enum for the variable. I pushed it out and closed the bug
Jul 23 2018
Jul 17 2018
@rempt gave me the go-ahead to push this out. It is in master. closing this ticket.
These changes have been pushed out to master. Closing this ticket.
Jul 16 2018
Jul 14 2018
I did most of the updates.
Jul 10 2018
My main concern for the cycles is making sure these controls don't start overlapping. If we start overlapping any existing items, this could be difficult to use fast. We will only be able to change and move things from a right-click menu since there selecting it on the timeline will be difficult (are we selecting the frame contents or cycle?). So far the two versions of the mockups I have seen have overlapping UI elements between the frame and the cycle which is going to make manipulating more difficult.
Jul 8 2018
@alvinhochun I'm guessing it's because some people want to see all of the tools at once.
Jul 6 2018
I have made all the updates that were requested of me.
Jul 5 2018
@xyquadrat - Ahh. The "What is KDE" page already looks much nicer for non-technical people. Long term it might be good to have two of those pages. One for developers and all the cool stuff KDE can help with...and one like this that targets normal consumer type people that are going to be end users of the applications.
Jul 4 2018
@xyquadrat - is just a logo going to be good enough? Would it be better to have a link in our community area that could maybe link back to somewhere in the KDE site with something like "Developed under KDE"? I am afraid that if we just put a logo, it is going to look too much like an advertisement and will get overlooked.
Maybe I am just adding more questions but.
alright. Thanks for the information. I would also like to see KDE grow so I am with you in my heart. I am just trying to think what it the most effective way to get people's attention.
I do all the website and UI stuff for Krita. Right now we have a couple places we mention KDE
If you don't want to check out the branch and compile. I did a small video showing the changes. My audio isn't working for some reason, so check out the notes at the bottom for what I am going over (and one point I didn't)
thanks for the review @dkazakov !