boud at valdyas.org
Fri Mar 19 21:35:03 CET 2004
On Friday 19 March 2004 17:24, Adrian Page wrote:
> Anyway, during this process I did manage to learn some things about XInput
> and how we could handle the tablet events in the event filter which would
> allow us to use the full resolution of the tablet coordinates. That would
> allow sub-pixel positioning even when the image is viewed at 1:1. We could
> also use the full pressure resolution rather than Qt's fixed 256 levels.
Sounds very cool -- but it's also an important decision point. At the moment,
Krita doesn't contain any X specific code -- in contrast with Karbon, for
instance -- and that means that it's easy to get it to run on, say, OS X. Do
we go down that road -- or do we keep ifdefs?
At the moment I think I feel that the more power, the better, but that may be
just because my Powerbook is looking a bit green around the gills, so I don't
have much of an OS X system anymore.
Boudewijn Rempt | http://www.valdyas.org/fading/index.cgi
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