shijan wrote: ↑Wed 25 May 2022 06:14
P.S. It just feels a little bit strange to see that so many work dedicated to all those new rather questionable Export panels and Record buttons, but same time no any news about some missing basic "classic" but more real life purposed tools like 16 bit brushes, 16 bit layer styles, or "Mean", "Median" layers stacking modes asked by so many users long long time ago...
The new Export panel is a life-saver for me. Similar options are now standard in most other design and prototyping software, so personally I am really, REALLY happy to see those new export options. And it will save me quite a bit of time.
I do agree with you that it's never been a better time than now to continue to improve/add core functionality and features. There's been a lot of focus on GUI improvements (which you @shijan asked for and helped the brothers in implementing) and that's great, because the app really does look quite nice now (in particular with @shijan your icon set).
There are a number of core features that I'd like to see implemented next. Things can always be improved, but fair is fair: the Hubers have done a tremendous job in the past few years. I again and again encounter so many paper cuts in other image editors... PhotoLine is my main hub for image comping. Very happy and satisfied with it.
I do have a very old list of requests somewhere, which I should update. Will do that in the upcoming week (and I already noticed that MANY things have been resolved or added in the past two years, or so since I last updated it!).
PS Shijan: I used to mention (praise) PhotoLine quite often on different forums and other places on the www to bring about more awareness among users. Even got banned from a competitor's forum a few years ago because they thought I was a paid PhotoLine employee advertising a competitor!
In a sense they actually weren't entirely wrong. That's when I reigned myself in, because I'd become a bit of a PL zealot, which is not a good place to be in. So nowadays I mention PhotoLine in a more restrained and rational manner, with pros and cons. No software is perfect, nor should it strive to be. And users' needs and wants differ too much anyway depending on the context.