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- Mar 2 2019, 7:01 AM (11 w, 3 d)
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Sure thing! Just hit play.
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Apr 15 2019
Looks Awesome! Is there any room for tweaking the light intensity? Sometimes when working with real world light units and tweaking the exposure in the render settings to componsate the material preview gets really dark.
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Mar 24 2019
Again, apologies about tagging everyone I'm new to this and still learning.
Mar 23 2019
Apologies, I'm new to this.
After a long search through the code I think I've come across the easiest solution.
The diff file can be found here if anyone can approve it, thanks: https://developer.blender.org/D4581
I'd vote to override the defaults for text since it seems like the better short term solution. It should keep the best of both worlds (full curves and full text). Its just curious that blender has this discrepancy in the meaning behind those flags in 2D and 3D, I'm pretty sure that decision was made long ago and might be worth looking into cleaning up that inconsistency in a future task. For now since I was the one who authored the original change I'm going to try to fix this one by overriding the defaults for text objects and I'll post the diff if that's okay.
Mar 22 2019
Mar 13 2019
I split the properties between edit and object mode using a custom interface.
Thanks for the response. Good to see the curve default changes are pretty much ready to go. Feel free to commit those.
Mar 2 2019
It seems the issue stems from the fact that Curves are added as primitives which can be created in both object and edit mode. So a fix to this might require some unwieldy code duplication.
Unless someone can suggest a potential fix or is okay with this bit of UI inconsistency. I'm thinking of leaving out the extension to the add curve menu and make my only change a default to full fill mode/bevel resolution.
I've been made aware that the extra add curve options only make sense in the context of object mode (creating a new curve).