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by spyderheart
21 Feb 2019, 21:30
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Flip is slow copared to scrubbing
Replies: 2
Views: 50

Re: Flip is slow copared to scrubbing

That's not it :( After some playing around I think it might simply be because when you scrub in the timeline, TVPaint is allowed to skip frames in order to keep up. Flip is oriented more for really looking at your animation so it seems that it does not skip frames. I may have jumped the gun in calli...
by spyderheart
21 Feb 2019, 16:44
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Flip is slow copared to scrubbing
Replies: 2
Views: 50

Flip is slow copared to scrubbing

I am noticing that using manual "flip" tends to lag a lot more than just scrubbing the cursor in the timeline. I am wondering if it has anything to do with the fact that Flip uses the hover tracking of the cursor while scrubbing, obviously, you click down and drag the timeline indicator cursor (pen ...
by spyderheart
06 Feb 2019, 00:22
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: Select images while layer is collapsed (not hidden)
Replies: 0
Views: 1696

Select images while layer is collapsed (not hidden)

Would anybody know of a way to select a range of images in a layer while the layer is in the collapsed state (i.e thinner, no thumbnail) in the timeline? When the layer is expanded you click and drag just below the images you want to select. However when you collapse the layer (to save space and gai...
by spyderheart
30 Jan 2019, 18:29
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: RGB filters for light table
Replies: 5
Views: 1224

Re: RGB filters for light table

NathanOtano wrote:
30 Jan 2019, 18:11
I think you can also "int" the images of the lightable to resolve your problems
Did you mean "Tint" or is this a feature I don't know about.
Another little hack is to use "Image Color" and then set the background to the color you don't want to see (in my case, full Red).
by spyderheart
30 Jan 2019, 18:10
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: RGB filters for light table
Replies: 5
Views: 1224

Re: RGB filters for light table

What you can do in the meantime is set your lightbox from "color" to "image color" mode - at least you'll be able to distinct the blue from the red lines, in case you don't know that already. Thank you. Yes I was aware of the feature - you could also try to use "Tint" mode with strategically chosen...
by spyderheart
28 Jan 2019, 19:49
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: RGB filters for light table
Replies: 5
Views: 1224

RGB filters for light table

It goes without saying that the way the bundled "Sketch Panel" tools work is brilliant. Wouldn't it be great if the Light Table could be clever about colors in a similar way? For example, if I'm using the Red pen to do very rough and messy under-drawing, then the Blue pen to highlight the structure ...
by spyderheart
07 Jan 2019, 21:26
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: Navigator playback options?
Replies: 0
Views: 1845

Navigator playback options?

I really love the Little navigator panel playback function to have a tiny lightweight and realtime preview of the animation looping all the time in the corner so you can keep the overall sequence in mind as you go into detail. Is there some way to set some limits on the playback range though? On a l...
by spyderheart
05 Dec 2018, 16:19
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: TVpaint Androide license problems.
Replies: 18
Views: 4088

Re: TVpaint Androide license problems.

Thanks for the clarification :)
by spyderheart
04 Dec 2018, 20:46
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: TVpaint Androide license problems.
Replies: 18
Views: 4088

Re: TVpaint Androide license problems.

The free Android version is a demonstration version and was released last December 2017. Its availability lasts for a year and will then come to an end at the end of the year 2018. However, we will extend its availability for an additional year. You will be able to download the new APK installer fr...
by spyderheart
03 Dec 2018, 22:47
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Keystrokes for android version
Replies: 4
Views: 1937

Re: Keystrokes for android version

I believe you'd have to spend $1,000 more for a Wacom MobileStudio or HP ZBook X2 to find that elsewhere. Either one of those beasts for $1000 would be a dream come true :P I think any windows based tablet would get it right - especially those using Wacom EMR digitizers. Your observations for the T...
by spyderheart
03 Dec 2018, 22:36
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: TVpaint Androide license problems.
Replies: 18
Views: 4088

Re: TVpaint Androide license problems.

Same for me. I noticed the license countdown as of yesterday ... 27 days left as of today.
Looks like we who have posted are on the same countdown.
by spyderheart
03 Nov 2018, 22:26
Forum: Technical Support
Topic: Keystrokes for android version
Replies: 4
Views: 1937

Re: Keystrokes for android version

I thought about it - but adding a keyboard to the mix would defeat the purpose of running TVPaint on a phone :lol:
by spyderheart
23 Oct 2018, 01:52
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: Zoom limitation for sanity
Replies: 8
Views: 2925

Re: Zoom limitation for sanity

Though there is something about having a hard limit (TVP won't zoom beyond x) that I like for reasons of creative flow - a little bit like apps that don't have an Undo option for conceptual reasons. i see what you mean and i can relate. though the flip side is yet another little setting switch that...
by spyderheart
22 Oct 2018, 14:34
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: Zoom limitation for sanity
Replies: 8
Views: 2925

Re: Zoom limitation for sanity

no, i don't see a need for this. though i recognize that situation (been there. :P ) what i recommend for you is opening an extra view window (shortcut=m) at 100% so you can see what you are doing at normal resolution Something to look into - thanks. I tend to work on smaller surfaces so screen spa...
by spyderheart
22 Oct 2018, 14:10
Forum: Feature & Improvement requests
Topic: Zoom limitation for sanity
Replies: 8
Views: 2925

Re: Zoom limitation for sanity

No. Don't you notice by the sheer size of the pixels? Yes that is how I eventually snap out of it. But clearly, I am getting too absorbed in the process to continually differentiate between enough zoom and too much zoom for the task at hand - both of which might have large pixel sizes. I'll adapt e...