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Re: What is the best size for projects?

Post by Kam » 25 May 2020, 22:32

Good afternoon,

I am a bit confused in that the default TVP settings don't have the sizes mentioned above...
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Re: What is the best size for projects?

Post by Thierry » 28 May 2020, 10:06

This is something that we plan on updating on a future update :)
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Re: What is the best size for projects?

Post by slowtiger » 28 May 2020, 11:55

May I suggest to make these editable? It would be nice to have a list of predefined formats plus one's own, all with a checkbox for show/not show (and delete/edit for own ones).

The same would be a nice-to-have for export file formats.

(I'm looking at Photoshop: they're schlepping a bunch of really deprecated formats for a quarter century now, forcing me to root through 20 useless options instead of the 5 I really use.)
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Re: What is the best size for projects?

Post by Thierry » 28 May 2020, 13:53

slowtiger wrote:
28 May 2020, 11:55
May I suggest to make these editable? It would be nice to have a list of predefined formats plus one's own, all with a checkbox for show/not show (and delete/edit for own ones).

The same would be a nice-to-have for export file formats.

(I'm looking at Photoshop: they're schlepping a bunch of really deprecated formats for a quarter century now, forcing me to root through 20 useless options instead of the 5 I really use.)
Hmm, good idea !
You can already save a project as a new template, but making the list editable would help a lot, we'll see what we can do.
In the meantime, templates can already be edited, if you go where your configuration is stored, in the "templates" folder, you'll find the def files, editable with Notepad.
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Re: What is the best size for projects?

Post by ematecki » 28 May 2020, 15:13

If you feel adventurous, there is a file called pagesize.conf somewhere in your TVPA installation (exact place depends on your OS),
which contains the defaults that appear in the popup.
It is just a text file.
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Re: What is the best size for projects?

Post by slowtiger » 28 May 2020, 15:37

I prefer the "check on/off" version because lots of people (including myself) will happily delete some entry, only to notice some time later that we need it and can't remember its properties ...
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Re: What is the best size for projects?

Post by ematecki » 28 May 2020, 15:46

It it just a mean to make the wait for a better solution easier.
You can just put a # in front of a line to comment it out.
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Re: What is the best size for projects?

Post by daninski » 28 May 2020, 19:53

Ah that's good to know. I'll go looking for it.
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