Small tasks that can be given to students to familiarize themselves with Krita codebase
Tue, Mar 12
The layer docker uses squeezed combobox now.
Sep 15 2018
I think this is resolved already with the 4.1 animation improvements :)
May 20 2018
The functionality is as per the above resolution.
Apr 17 2018
We have a squeezed combobox for comboboxes that shouldn't expand to the longest entry.
I checked this out a bit ago and I think the composite op box is the biggest thing right now. There are some modes that have pretty longnames which are causing it. We will need to figure out what to do with that first. Longest one I see is: "Decrease Saturation HSV" that takes up the whole width
Aug 7 2017
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May 31 2017
Thx so much for this feature :)
May 30 2017
May 17 2017
i second what woltherav said.
Mar 27 2017
Mar 17 2017
Fixed now! :)
Feb 28 2017
Jan 31 2017
Done now :)
Jan 22 2017
Just for reference , two ways of implementing this function in UI : as buttins [+1][-1] , or as RMB menu
Jan 8 2017
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Dec 19 2016
I hope it will be implemented some day :).
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Dec 10 2016
I use option 1 while i paint, that's why i prefer to add another shortcut for this operation.
I like the 3rd option, but i think all the process (A, B,C ) could be in background mode to avoid confusion. Maybe when you paste something with this option, it is already in transformation mode, and when you press Enter it automatically merges with layer below, and user can't even see new animated layer (sounds like a Macros). OR you can choose this in Preferences - to see and control all the process (A, B, C) or not.
I guess your proposal 3 would be best as it still would work good for off-peg quick paste (might even be better for it :) )
"Paste the selection into a new non-animated layer (what we do now). It is not logical at all."
I wouldn't say it is not logical at all, since it follow the base paste logic in krita. Plus, it is actually useful as it allows to create easily temporary "off-peg" references (which is when you move a drawing temporarily to can use it as reference to draw another frame.. TVPaint has a special feature for this, but I found it easier to do in krita with the current select/copy/paste/transform combo...)
Probably, the paste should also save the frame value inside, and in case the destination frame differs, ask the user what to do. There are several options what to do:
The bug seems to be more general. Our dialogs do not remember last used folder. We need to recover this feature.