Proposal: Canvas Interaction Enhancements
davidrevoy at gmail.com
Tue May 15 21:30:18 UTC 2012
On 05/15/2012 10:17 PM, Timothée Giet wrote:
> 2012/5/15 Cyrille Berger Skott <cberger at cberger.net
> <mailto:cberger at cberger.net>>
> On Tuesday 15 May 2012, Boudewijn Rempt wrote:
> > * Ideally, we'd be able to completely get rid of the zoom and
> pan tool --
> > the color picker tool has an extra information panel and
> settings like the
> > radius, but maybe we can put the information in the overview
> panel. I'm
> > not sure artists actually use the radius to sample the average
> Right now, color picking works like this: "color is selected on
> click release"
> Here is a suggestion. which would remove the need for radius to
> sample and
> might make it more usefull for artists: the user press and hold
> the mouse
> button, then the colour get continuously mixed with the colour on
> the canvas,
> until the user release the mouse.
> So basically, as long as the user click and release, it is the
> same behaviour
> as now. But if he wants some kind of radius to sample, he just
> have to keep
> the button down and move his mouse pointer.
> I very much like this idea (if it can be included on color picker
> shortcut, I personnally never use the color-picker tool itself)
Just a little note for poeple as me who use almost every 3 strokes the
color picker ( Control key while painting , mapped on my stylus button ).
It's happen to me to do small unwanted gesture while Control is pressed
and painting ; it can be micro lenght stroke at the moment of color
picking of 3 or 4 pixels. But it would be a disaster if Krita understand
to sample color of 4 pixel radius at this moment and set it.
So, I like the idea ; I just prevent that the feature should try to
'guess' intentionnal action of user to define a radius.
And not record the pointing of stylus who never does 'clean' button
click ; but always add a little strokes in it.
My two cents :)
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