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Re: Synfig 0.63.03 RC1 linux binaries available (now RC2!)

Postby rylleman » Thu Nov 17, 2011 6:23 am

Ah, nevemind, my bad.
What happened was that there was some vertices without waypoints in them.
All vertices that did have waypoints had linear interpolation, showing a linear icon in the vertices list parameter. With default interpolation at TCB, moving a vertex that did not already had a waypoint that got set as TCB. The vertices list icon changed to TCB, making me think the overall interpolation changed. Icon was grey though, so I should know it was mixed vertex interpolation within. Opening the vertices list showed that those with an preexisting value had not changed interpolation...

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Postby Genete » Thu Nov 17, 2011 6:39 am

Opening the vertices list showed that those with an preexisting value had not changed interpolation...
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Re: Synfig 0.63.03 RC1 linux binaries available (now RC2!)

Postby rylleman » Thu Nov 17, 2011 7:59 am

Been testing it a bit and everything seems to work except that I can't get any pressure to work with freehand advanced outline. (or normal outline).

I havent used pressure at all in Synfig before so I'm not sure my wacom is setup properly, set everything to screen in input devices didn't seem to help.

Great that we can delete all selected waypoints now! One step further towards a more user friendly timeline. Thank you.

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Re: Synfig 0.63.03 RC1 linux binaries available (now RC2!)

Postby Genete » Thu Nov 17, 2011 8:28 am

I havent used pressure at all in Synfig before so I'm not sure my wacom is setup properly, set everything to screen in input devices didn't seem to help.
If you want, I can give you some support on this:
First, when you setup the extended devices, look the names of all the devices found. Then, one by one set each wacom device to screen and disable all the rest (wacom and not wacom). Test the Draw tool and once find the one that works use it.
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Re: Synfig 0.63.03 RC1 linux binaries available (now RC2!)

Postby rylleman » Thu Nov 17, 2011 8:39 am

Thank you! I tested a bit back and forth and now it works. With all wacom devices set to screen, x-core set to off.

Awesome feature!

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Re: Synfig 0.63.03 RC1 linux binaries available (now RC2!)

Postby rylleman » Fri Nov 18, 2011 5:23 am

I noticed the behavior for the blend method list has changed (bug report). Thank you! Much easier to work with blend methods now I think!

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Re: Synfig 0.63.03 RC1 linux binaries available (now RC2!)

Postby Genete » Fri Nov 18, 2011 6:38 am

Apart of this code change I didn't remember have done anything to fix that :shock:
I'll check what you mean it is solved.
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Re: Synfig 0.63.03 RC1 linux binaries available (now RC2!)

Postby rylleman » Fri Nov 18, 2011 7:12 am

Genete wrote:Apart of this code change I didn't remember have done anything to fix that :shock:
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Well, it is working now! :mrgreen:

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Re: Synfig 0.63.03 RC1 linux binaries available (now RC2!)

Postby Genete » Thu Nov 24, 2011 6:26 pm

On the first post there are news about the coming RC#3.
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Re: Synfig 0.63.03 RC1 linux binaries available (now RC2!)

Postby Animtim » Fri Dec 02, 2011 9:28 am

Hey Genete!

I've just tried quickly the rc2 to test the draw tool's advanced outlines.
It's really great, it behaves exactly (maybe even better) as I expected regarding the pressure, very good work!

(I'll post a little anim using this cool feature as soon as I've a bit of free time, which is quite rare these days… )

Again many thanks to the few people maintaining this great software, I hope I'll have more time to help you in a near future ;)

Yeah Synfig rocks!

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Re: Synfig 0.63.03 RC1 linux binaries available (now RC2!)

Postby Genete » Fri Dec 02, 2011 9:51 am

Satrip wrote:Hey Genete!

I've just tried quickly the rc2 to test the draw tool's advanced outlines.
It's really great, it behaves exactly (maybe even better) as I expected regarding the pressure, very good work!

(I'll post a little anim using this cool feature as soon as I've a bit of free time, which is quite rare these days… )

Again many thanks to the few people maintaining this great software, I hope I'll have more time to help you in a near future ;)

Yeah Synfig rocks!

I'm happy you liked it! Please be tunned to near release.
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