En la versión de windows me aparecen destildadas (no se pueden marcar) las opciones para cambiar preferencias o para seleccionar la opción de color para crear una paleta gradiante. Quisiera saber si es así esa versión, y saber si están planeando mejorar esos apartados. Muchas gracias.
It has been a while since we released the Tupi version 0.2 rev git05. For that time, we never published an installer for Mac OSX and the reason is pretty simple: we do not have Apple hardware and we can't afford it, so basically we can't create the installers by ourselves.
Hi, Tupi crashes on Ubuntu when I try to upload a 60kb .pgo file. When I used the sample from Papagayo's tutorial files, "vista.pgo" it worked, but it cant seem to upload my file.
What could be the problem?
1- There's a huge empty space that can't be used for anything else around timeline button/icons. Can button/icons be placed on the side instead of top area? if so, we gain vertical space and drawing area or timeline layer list can be higher/bigger
2. The project/action buttons (new, save, close, etc) bar is a large empty area. If removed, we gain are vertical space for drawing area. Maybe reposition the bar? or removed from default?
I installed win7 (32bits) version in a win8 and I'm running Tupi in compatibility mode (as win7). Not sure if these are bugs or options because this is the 1st (and only) 0.5 version that I tried and I know some interface features changed. Anyway...
Animated gif or apng could be useful for a web manual that I'm writing. Right now, I have to use gimp (gap) for animated gifs but I think Tupi could do this really well.
In pen properties, we have icons for dashes and cap. I think we also should have icons for join
If I select a node/point (line selection mode) and press Cut (scissors) Tupi crashes.
If during Line Selection mode I try to delete (delete key in keyboard) a node/point, nothing happens. If I go back to Object Seleciton mode, that object is deleted.
When I export a movie using same name of a previous existent file the expected message pops-up: File exists. Overwrite it?
But if I export an image array with same prefix, the images just overwrite without no warning.