[Digikam-devel] [Bug 155046] New: light-table useability, possible improvements
arnd.baecker at web.de
Thu Jan 3 19:15:09 GMT 2008
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Summary: light-table useability, possible improvements
Platform: Debian stable
Component: Light Table
AssignedTo: digikam-devel kde org
ReportedBy: arnd.baecker web de
Version: 0.9.3 (using KDE KDE 3.5.5)
Installed from: Debian stable Packages
While going through a couple of thousands images using
the light-table, I collected a couple of issues
which could be improved:
1.) When activating the 100% view via CTRL-SHIFT-0
it should always be centered (both horizontally and vertically,
the vertical centering does not seem to work)
2.) To activate the 100% zoom, the keyboard short-cut
CTRL-SHIFT-0 requires two hands (at least the way I type ;-).
I.e. one has to leave the mouse.
To get out of the 100% CTRL-ALT-E (fit-window) is used, which is also
not easy to type.
Suggestion: use z (or Z) (as eg. in gqview) as single letter toggle
for 100% zoom/fit to window.
3.) Using (e.g) SHIFT-Click to 100% zoom to a specific point would be useful.
4.) Setting the rating via CTRL-0 ... CTRL-5
is very stressing for the left hand (just try it with 500+ images).
Suggestion: allow for 0, 1, ... 5 to have the same
functionality as CTRL-0, ..., CTRL-5.
5.) The image, for which the zoom/pan/etc is done should be
activated/marked as the current one.
By this it is ensured, that a rating is associated
to the image one is currently considering.
6.) Somehow the light-table does not feel too responsive
on changes of the rating: i.e., it takes a while, until
a changed rating is displayed.
7.) Sometimes (when using drag&drop) an image in the panel is updated, even though
it is currently displayed
(i.e., this takes a short time).
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