Willie Sippel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> 2.) Remove buttons from the main menu and add the corresponding
> functions to a mode selector in the Tool Options:
While I see how this would save some screen estate and reduce clutter
in the toolbox, I think that it would be very cumbersome to have to
click in two different places to select a tool. I'd like to see
tool-groups, as you suggest them, to be integrated into the toolbox,
not split between toolbox and tool-options dialog.
> 6.) Add 'Alpha' to the Color Picker;
See also http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=121331.
> 13.) Remove the pressure mapping options from the tool settings and add
> it to the 'Tool state' window, to remove unnecessary options for users
> without a tablet;
There are a few things you can do with the pressure options even if
you don't have a tablet. These are considered hacks however and I
agree that we should consider to move these settings elsewhere or at
least hide them when no special input devices are available.
> 14.) Add a pressure curve to the tool settings, to edit the pressure and
> suppress values on the fly;
This has been suggested before, there should be a bug-report for it.
> 15.) Remove the brush and pattern preview from the main toolbox, because
> it clutters the toolbox - it's redundant, anyway, because there is
> allready a preview in the tool settings window. It might be even better
> to also remove the pattern preview from the tool settings and show the
> selected pattern on the color preview of the main toolbox;
The brush, pattern and gradient previews in the toolbox are redundant
and are scheduled for removal already. It's just a matter of doing it.
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