TODO: was, Re: An even more flexible convolution painter
boud at valdyas.org
Thu May 26 20:10:32 CEST 2005
On Thursday 26 May 2005 19:59, Bart Coppens wrote:
> On Thursday 26 May 2005 19:54, Boudewijn Rempt wrote:
> > Er... I was wondering whether the code would actually work as advertised,
> > so I already did that just now :-).
> Hehe, no problem :-)
I think we're mostly done, really. There are a few points left on the official
* File/Import and File/Export don't warn when exporting to
an unsupported filetype. (Still valid).
* Photoshop files are not recognized when opened, but there is now an
option in the list of filetypes and that works.
--> These two point I don't know how to fix. It's probably something to do
with a complicated interaction between Krita, KOffice, kdelibs and whatnot.
* Mirroring, scaling should also transform the selection -
or take it into account.
* On mirroring, the whole image is mirrored, not the selected
bits. The selection is not mirrored.
* Shear ditto.
--> I've given this a try, and maybe I should do so again, but frankly, I
cannot conceive of an option I haven't already tried.
* Select colorrange dialog appears to be broken -- the dialog has no
"replace" option anymore, which is necessary, and the preview only
takes effect after the selection has been made. Selecting by tone
gives a very curious effect.
--> This one is hard to reproduce. We cannot re-intrododuce the replace option
at the moment because of the string freeze, and I cannot reliably reproduce
the strange, blocky effect I got with one image.
* It should use filter during scaling
* It doesn't handle "infinite" selections
--> These are for Casper, really.
* A krita document embedded in KWord has the wrong scaling
--> This is too fundamental to do right now. It has to do with our own
optimized zooming that is not completely compatible with the KOffice way of
And finally, I had hoped to fix painting on cmyk layers, but that doesn't work
either. CMYK finally works, you can even filter a cmyk image and save one,
but import/export to cmyk tiff doesn't appear to work, and painting is wrong
because we don't have an alpha channel in cmyk yet.
And that's it. We're feature-complete and release-ready.
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