Re: [Shotwell] Shotwell Plugin-based Postprocessing Tools

Tabbed in the adjust dialog it is, then.
I imagine a vertical list of tool icons, with a slider next to it, if necessary. Also makes it easier to categorize the tools, if there ever are too many to keep a clear overview. Thanks for the feedback & best regards,

El abr 3, 2012 3:44 a.m., "Scott Cove" <scott dewie net au> escribió:
For what it's worth I would definitely prefer a tabbed approach.

I would certainly use these postprocessing tools, but much rarer than say desaturate so it doesn't need to be too prominent.


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On 03/04/2012, at 8:41 AM, Adam Dingle <adam yorba org> wrote:

> Camilo,
> thanks for your detailed proposal.  This all looks pretty reasonable to me.  One point, though: I don't think we want individual effects to show up as icons in the editing toolbar (beside Crop, Straighten and so on).  Space there is already quite limited: on some displays (e.g. netbooks with 1024 horizontal pixels) we're already using just about all the available space.  Also, I think these effects will be relatively rarely used, so I don't think giving them permanent real estate on the screen is justified.
> Instead, I think these effects should appear inside the Adjust dialog, near the existing built-in color transformations.  There are two ways we can do that: they could either appear below the existing sliders in the dialog, or we could add a second tab to the dialog where all of the effects would appear.  If a user has no effects installed, then the second tab wouldn't appear at all.
> adam
> On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 8:31 PM, Camilo Polymeris <cpolymeris gmail com> wrote:
>>> Of course, I intend to write a longer proposal detailing this, and
>>> also expect to see changes during both the design and implementation
>>> phases.
>> I have published a document containing a description of how I intend
>> to solve the issues you mention, plus a proposed API for the plugins
>> and some GUI mockups:
>> Your feedback is appreciated. A proposal including timeline of the
>> project is to follow.
>> Best regards,
>> Camilo
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