Image Guide Crop and Screen Lock

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NathanOtano
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Image Guide Crop and Screen Lock

Post by NathanOtano » 04 Jun 2018, 09:20

Yop!
Two things i'd really appreciate with image guides, inspired by the little software kuadro ( who has a lot of things to offer if you take a look).
I often have a large model sheet and need only one drawing, could be great if we could crop the image guide to se only part of an image guide (and be able to change that crop later).
I'd also like to be able to have the model sheet behave like a tvpaint panel, a floating window that doesn't follow panning and zooming. I often need an image as a reference but want it to stay where it is while i'm drawing
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Re: Image Guide Crop and Screen Lock

Post by schwarzgrau » 04 Jun 2018, 09:27

Good point! And by the way a thumbs up for Kuadro too. Along DJV one of the greatest software tips from this forum. And the developer was so kind to make a version which runs on OS X, after asking him.
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Re: Image Guide Crop and Screen Lock

Post by Peter Wassink » 04 Jun 2018, 10:39

NathanOtano wrote:
04 Jun 2018, 09:20
I'd also like to be able to have the model sheet behave like a tvpaint panel, a floating window that doesn't follow panning and zooming. I often need an image as a reference but want it to stay where it is while i'm drawing
Nathan
great point....
would be a really nice option to have it as a post-it on your screen
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