Neue Testversion 17.90b5

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Re: Neue Testversion 17.90b5

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Lassen sich die Ebeneneigenschaften -> Erweitert nicht mehr editieren? Bei mir zumindest klappt es nicht.

Bild verzerren: Dann sind die Regler ausgeblendet.
Reset: Dann sind die Regler da, es ändert sich aber der Zahlenwert nicht.
Eingabe in die "Edit-Felder": Geht nicht.
Screencasts zu Photoline: http://www.buoa.de • Win 10x64 / PL64, immer und ausschließlich die aktuellste Beta-Version.
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Re: Neue Testversion 17.90b5

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NoSi wrote:Webexport -> Farbe Reduzieren -> Palette wählen: Octree Median Cut (Lab) -> PL stirbt. (W7x64)
Lässt sich beliebig reproduzieren.
Ich schick dir was.
OK, das Bild ist angekommen. Der Trick ist, man muss es mit einem 16-Bit Bild probieren.
Wir werden uns das ansehen.

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Re: Neue Testversion 17.90b5

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NoSi wrote:Lassen sich die Ebeneneigenschaften -> Erweitert nicht mehr editieren? Bei mir zumindest klappt es nicht.
Die zurghörige Quellcode-Datei wurde zuletzt 2003 geändert. Das Verhalten ist also schon etwas länger so :-)
NoSi wrote:Bild verzerren: Dann sind die Regler ausgeblendet.
Reset: Dann sind die Regler da, es ändert sich aber der Zahlenwert nicht.
Eingabe in die "Edit-Felder": Geht nicht.
Ich sehe mir das an.
Du kannst diese Änderungen aber auch in den Ebenenattributen durchführen.

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Re: Neue Testversion 17.90b5

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Just wanted to say that having tabs in the tool title bars is nice idea, however if possible I'd not make them occupy whole titlebar vertical space. Giving them little space above (3 pixels in mockup below) makes it feel more like tabs, not just kind of buttons squished inside titlebar. WDYT?
PL32-ToolTabs.png
Also wanted to ask why (point out) some of PL UI text elements use subpixel antialiasing (mostly native Mac controls) while other do not (custom controls). Can we have all of them use system set antialiasing settings?
Reason being that not subpixel antialiased elements look blurry comparing to other.

Elements not using (not obeying system subpixel antialiasing settings are):
  • Tool title bar labels
  • Preferences tree control
  • Sheet control (like Layer or Document properties)
  • Layer list
PL32-Subpixel.png
Of course this is minor annoyance, but wanted to notify about that.
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Re: Neue Testversion 17.90b5

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I agree. The non-antialiased typeface (pre-15.90b5) looks sharper and is easier on the eyes. Also, clicking a tab should 'maximize' the panel, rather than having to perform a second click.
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Re: Neue Testversion 17.90b5

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ono wrote:JAlso wanted to ask why (point out) some of PL UI text elements use subpixel antialiasing (mostly native Mac controls) while other do not (custom controls).
Quartz seems to support subpixel antialising only on drawing to a BGRA cache. If I am drawing to an ARGB cache, I always get gray antialising.
The problem is, that ColorSync doesn't seem to support BGRA, neither the old API nor the new one (at least I wasn't able to find a combination of flags, that worked correctly).
ono wrote:Can we have all of them use system set antialiasing settings?
Reason being that not subpixel antialiased elements look blurry comparing to other.
Well, I had a version of PhotoLine with subpixel antialising and one with gray antialising side by side, and without zooming I wasn't able to identify, what type of antialising was used. But others might have better eyes than me.

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