David Gowers wrote:
> Rather than better documentation, I believe better visualization is
> the path to improvement of user understanding:
> Using the layer thumbnails (and GEGL cache?) to build a 'preview'
> composited thumbnail for each mode and show it (next to the text or
> as a tooltip) would help the user to understand at a glance the
> general working of a layer mode they are considering. The composite
> thumbnails could be generated on-demand and otherwise in idle time (so
> the person who knows exactly which layer mode they need would not be
> impacted -- they could select layer mode just as fast as before, and
> if they did need the thumbnails, they'd only need to wait a fraction
> of a second longer.)
stretching the idea a bit further, the previews could be arranged as a table:
... just brainstorming..
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