Layer Inversions (All Layers, Selected Layers, Layer Selection)

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Layer Inversions (All Layers, Selected Layers, Layer Selection)

Post by meslin » 10 Jan 2020, 18:32

Hello TVPaint Community!

INVERT LAYER ORDER

Sometimes things need to get turned upside-down. Especially useful when using TVPaint in conjunction with other software!
I've made a couple of buttons that will invert the layers' depth order. One button is for all layers, and the other button inverts selected layers.
The selection does not need to be adjacent, and it will be maintained after inversion. I think it works alright, but I've admittedly not tested it too much. Please post any bugs in this thread! I've attached the TVPX, and below is a GIF showing how it works.

Thank you!
David
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Re: Invert Layer Order (All Layers or Selected Layers)

Post by Svengali » 10 Jan 2020, 19:17

nicely done, fast - straight forward - easy to understand! Thanks for posting :D

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Re: Invert Layer Order (All Layers or Selected Layers)

Post by cgmodeler » 11 Jan 2020, 07:06

Pretty useful, thanks for sharing
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Re: Invert Layer Order (All Layers or Selected Layers)

Post by meslin » 11 Jan 2020, 21:30

Here's an update with an additional button to invert the layer selection (responding to a request from another thread).
New TVPX and GIF attached. The panel is now called "Layer Inversions."
Layer Inversions GIF.gif
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Re: Layer Inversions (All Layers, Selected Layers, Layer Selection)

Post by NathanOtano » 12 Jan 2020, 23:50

Awesome thanks :)
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Re: Layer Inversions (All Layers, Selected Layers, Layer Selection)

Post by Xavier » 26 Jan 2021, 15:12

Nice job I must say !
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Re: Invert Layer Order (All Layers or Selected Layers)

Post by D.T. Nethery » 26 Jan 2021, 17:36

meslin wrote:
11 Jan 2020, 21:30
Here's an update with an additional button to invert the layer selection (responding to a request from another thread).
New TVPX and GIF attached. The panel is now called "Layer Inversions."
Very useful. Thanks !

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Re: Layer Inversions (All Layers, Selected Layers, Layer Selection)

Post by Thierry » 02 Feb 2021, 14:42

Woah, this is amazing!
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