Once I've created an object, say a circle, there is no way to change the fill and line color or thickness. This is a huge issue. I have to input all my correct thickness and color settings and THEN create the object. There is no way to change the settings on an object later. This is very limiting and kills a sense of the NLE approach.
There is no way to make a line be aligned to common angles, such as 0°, 30°, 45°, 60°, 90°, 180°, 270°, 360° - this is a common feature and would be very useful for creating a ground line, for instance.
There is a little frame number field at the bottom, next to the zoom field. Allow the user to enter the frame number. Remove the pound (#) sign and just let the user learn from tooltips what the field is for.
Do you need me to write your tooltips? They're empty. Good hover timing on them, though. Bravo.
You can select a preset in the new document parameters, but the preset is locked. Instead make the presets switch to "Custom settings" when you change any parameters. This way you can have fewer presets and a more dynamic setup for a good user experience.
Have an option to save your own custom presets. Just a simple plus (and minus) button next to the preset dropdown list would suffice, which would bring up a dialog box to name (and thus save) the new preset.
With Tupi open, while doing anything with it at the time, it will automatically open a Save Project As dialog every two minutes. It interrupts other programs and assumes top priority, so I have to close it every two minutes and not just leave Tupi running in the background.
Depending on the object resolution, when a SVG file is imported into a project and it's saved, the size and position values of the object get misconfigured when the project is re-opened.
The alpha value combo only shows few pre-defined values. This control must provide a range of values from 0 to 255 and the history option has to be enhanced.
Hello there! After my last trip to Foz do Iguaçu, I'm very happy to see how our project is getting visibility around the world. Although the spreading speed is slow, every day more people are talking about Tupi, which makes me very proud :)