On 11/6/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On Mon, 06 Nov 2006 11:10:59 +0100, Øyvind Kolås <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Perhaps you'll find the interface in
> http://pippin.gimp.org/gegl/gegl-20061105.gif easier to decode
very interesting. Obviously sliders would be more intuitive when you get
further on , a contrast change of 2.25 does not have any meaning to most
The user interface presented there is a very simple and naive
representation of the parameters of the operation itself, if custom
GUI's were available for the operations they would probably be used
instead, for most of these things, integrating the user interaction in
the view itself would probably also be beneficial. Popups like this
are quite annoying if they can be avoided.
It's probably only of use in being able to log a numerical value for
future reference, documenting what was done or repeating with the same
parameters later. That is to say it's worth having numerical input but is
slider is more relevant most of the time.
Well for brightness/contrast for instance, I think something like the
"curves" like UI provided at
with entries would probably be superior to just separate sliders for
Could you briefly outline how you capture the sequence of events and
prepare the gif amin. , it's a very good way to present things sometimes.
Byzanz, http://www.gnomefiles.org/app.php?soft_id=1261 , is used to
capture from the screen to a gif animation.
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