Pseudo-infinite canvas feature
boud at valdyas.org
Wed May 8 09:20:42 UTC 2013
On Wednesday 08 May 2013 May 01:57:11 Dmitry Kazakov wrote:
> I have just pushed a small feature to master... :) It is not actually the
> "infinite" canvas feature, but it makes the life of the painters who have
> to often resize the image a bit easier.
> Now when you scroll the image far behind the edge of the screen you'll see
> a small stripe on the opposite edge of the canvas widget. If you click on
> that stripe, the image will be automatically expanded to fill your screen
> ;) You can expand the image into all four sides!
> You can see a screenshot here:
> So, it might be cool if someone tested it and gave some feedback about the
> feature. The main questions about it are:
> 1) Is the size of the stripe ok, or it should be wider?
> 2) How about the threshold? Shouldn't the stripes appear earlier?
> Currently, they appear when you scroll out the image by about 60%.
> Probably, the threshold is too high, isn't it?
Works pretty nice, but yes, I'd show the area earlier.
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