KeyLogic Posted November 24, 2010 Share Posted November 24, 2010 Some of these might have been mentioned before. Add a close button to the Image List for all projects and not just the currently selected one.In this way you don't have to select a individual project and wait for all layers to reload just to save & close it. Drag & drop projects in the Image List.So that that the projects that I'm using can be placed side-by-side; Because they are no always opened in order. "Clear all history" button (with confirmation).This can be used to clear up some virtual/memory without having to close and reload the project. Export History.It can be exported to a log file so that every time you reopen a project the text will be separated by one line. "Flatten selected layers" button.I've noticed that merging layers will result in the bottom layer's transparency and blending mode taking precedence, but flattening all layers within a project is inconvenient. Preview project in full screen.This is especially useful for desktop wallpaper designers who want to see the final result in full view without having to save it first and open it in a separate image viewer. Being able to zoom in and out and pan would also be nice. Crosshairs for the "Select" and "Shapes" tools + zoom-in window.This is especially useful on high-res projects where zooming in and out to precisely select around certain areas become tedious. When the cursor is moved to the side where the zoom-in window is, the window will move to the opposite side of the screen allowing you to see where you're selecting.For anyone that has ever used FastStone Capture... that is exactly what I'm talking about. Remember previous placement of windows.Because windows opening up in the center of the image is annoying. Delay Effects previews.Perhaps by pressing and holding a key on the keyboard that will delay the preview until the key is let go. This is especially useful when using sliders or you've already determined what values you want to set. Tool: "Select object" (plus hotkey).Basically the same as using the Magic Wand tool with 0% tolerance and then inverting the selection, but in one fell swoop. If somehow it were possible to select only one object on a layer where there are many, that would be perfect. Run all non-native plug-ins as separate processes.Could probably help to reduce PDN crashes and lock-ups. Auto-hide windows when selecting or drawing instead of semi-transparency.Similar to what was mentioned above about the crosshairs, the windows would move to the opposite side or disappear when selecting or drawing and the mouse is over that window. I'm sure I'll have more suggestions later. If something that I said here was misunderstood, please tell me and I will try to explain it a bit better. Quote KeyLogic's Art Gallery My deviantART Profile Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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