Sirisian Posted January 13, 2010 Share Posted January 13, 2010 Not sure if this has been mentioned but it would make things much easier if every operation created a new layer. So placing text would make a new text layer, a line a new line layer, etc. Also keep all of the objects as shapes in their own layer until they are flatted would make things easier. Separate the line from the curve so they are distinct objects. This would allow someone to place a line then move the endpoints around without curving the object or having to start from scratch. Also until text is "flattened" to an image layer keep it as an object in its own layer. This would allow someone to go back and move around the text later or double click and edit it. The pencil tool should add pixels to the current selected layer if it's an image layer. If it's not then it should create a new layer. As mentioned a user could select and flatten layers into image layers. In order to fully use the layers one should be able shift click them or shift+up/down to multi-select them. Then allow the user to flatten the layers or drag single or groups up and down in depth. Also windows. I noticed the history/layers/etc can snap to the edges. They are in the way. It would be nice to dock them into the program. Place the tools on the left side, and the primary/secondary color pickers on the left side blow the tools as two color pickers. The layers and history can go on the right side. These changes would greatly increase the usability of the program and make it on par with current image editors. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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