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- Mar 7 2010, 9:01 PM (497 w, 2 d)
Hmmm, although... seeing that "Alt", "G", "R", and "S" makes me think it might be nice to have outline and background color added to uiFontStyle. Might be a better way of doing that than the event icons since those have to be fixed width.
@Campbell Barton (campbellbarton) - yes, thanks! Wasn't trying to shit on it, just trying to think it through.
I'm sure you have thought of this, but as described there might be some issues caused by toolbars being per-editor, while the status bar is global. And other related problems caused by the leader key being a press rather than a hold.
Mon, Sep 16
Does these files display correctly if your turn on our international font? Edit / Preferences / Interface. And just click the checkbox for "Translation". No need to select a different language. Just turning on that checkmark swaps out the font we use for a fancier one that contains more characters, including Hindi.
Linux "Desktop" System item can use ICON_DESKTOP
Sun, Sep 15
@ThinkingPolygons (ThinkingPolygons) - The "recents" section is still there?
Updated patch to use new "desktop", "removable drive", and "network drive" icons.
Interesting. Did you rebuild target? There is a change to a python file included here.
Backtracked on joining the Volumes and System lists. Instead the System list is fleshed out to be more useful. Shows blend file location (if available), temp location, textures, sounds, etc.
Last experiment of the day...
Sat, Sep 14
Of course another idea is to keep the System list but flesh it out a bit more...
Wed, Sep 11
@William Reynish (billreynish) - I think we should include them as optional columns.
@Brecht Van Lommel (brecht) - Seems to work fine on Linux.
I’m mostly with @Bastien Montagne (mont29) here. It was a fun exercise to put together but I don’t think I’d actually ever enable those columns for any purpose.
Last update had left in a line meant for debugging.
Tue, Sep 10
Just name = tmps; will work.
Updated as per Brecht's suggestions: moving SHFILEINFOW into the block and initializing it, checks return for success, and uses correct FILE_MAXDIR.
Mon, Sep 9
@Julian Eisel (Severin) - For the records, the file browser redesign didn't change anything but the file browser file size strings. If master uses base 10 sizes, that was the case before the redesign.
Updated to current master and to fix a tooltip as suggested by @Brecht Van Lommel (brecht)
Updated patch for current master.
Sun, Sep 8
Updated with current master.
I'm not sure if I like the color too much. It does still seem a bit too saturated and/or a tad too brownish. Just to be sure: You didn't just test this with a color managed display, or did you?
Sat, Sep 7
Updated to align with @Brecht Van Lommel (brecht)'s preferences.
@Brecht Van Lommel (brecht) - > Please only use the platform specific 1000 for the file sizes in the file browser, and for reporting memory usage always use 1024.
Fri, Sep 6
@Brecht Van Lommel (brecht) - I'm not sure this is an improvement.
@Brecht Van Lommel (brecht) - I'm hoping to be able to commit this relatively soon since it is just a replacement of image files and minimal changes for them to work together.
@Fran Marz (franMarz) - animated cube didn't remind me to their ViewCube™ at all.
Thu, Sep 5
Hmmm... might be missing something here...
Tue, Sep 3
@Regnas (Regnas) - how about a new size column in base 2?
The central issue is that the various platforms are not in agreement with how to show abbreviated file sizes. The terms many of us use, like "megabyte", has always been ambiguous in whether it is in base2 or base10. So on each platform the users have a different idea of what a "megabyte" is.
@Brecht Van Lommel (brecht) - Note st_ctime is creation time only on Windows, on Linux and macOS it means "last status change".
Mon, Sep 2
@Regnas (Regnas) - No, I'm serious. If this could work without glitches, it would make joining areas alot easier.
I see my error. Easy fix...
@Regnas (Regnas) - Maybe it could be a nice feature to explore. Nice freedom right there.
@Carlos Muñoz (carlosmu) - Hello! I attach an video example.
@Carlos Muñoz (carlosmu) - check this file
Sun, Sep 1
Why not change the width of the active versus inactive scrollbar? This way you can get away with a narrower gutter since it would look okay to have the active scrollbar take the entire gutter space.
updating patch to compile with current master
Sat, Aug 31
A change suggested by @Brecht Van Lommel (brecht)....
Fri, Aug 30
Although only just realized that the complaints about SMPTE might have been a preference for the last colon but not the space between.
Should have paid more attention. LOL...
Thu, Aug 29
@noki paike (amonpaike) - ...bare minimum needed to make it clear where the panel start and end...
But yes, does look nice in the extreme case. No doubt that "Layout" is a part of "Effect Strip"
@noki paike (amonpaike) - my proposal...
Lots of other software has panels like this, for example Maya and Modo.
Yes, even c4d.
A more extreme example. The current behavior on the left, after patch on the right:
@Brecht Van Lommel (brecht) - > For me this is worse than what we have now...