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Offline Longor1996
« Reply #90 - Posted 2014-01-30 20:03:08 »

Is there anywhere I can donate to this project? I would love to contribute Cheesy

- Jev

You can go and visit the GitHub-Repo, make a Fork, then look at the Issue-List and do something that is listed there.
THAT would be a good contribution. (Or you go and ignore the Issue-List, and just make new tools/effects)

Have a nice day!

- Longor1996

Sorry for my bad English! That's because i am from Germany.
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« Reply #91 - Posted 2014-01-31 00:49:52 »

Is there anywhere I can donate to this project? I would love to contribute Cheesy

- Jev
Jev how could you?? What about MERCury Sad

Offline Gef
« Reply #92 - Posted 2014-01-31 00:53:09 »

I've seen in issues that you need a toolbox to replace the menu item "Tools" if I understood correctly.

So I've tested what can be done and this is a quick solution with a JToolBar :

As you can see, the fixed JToolBar has a acceptable presentation, but with the floating version, I haven't managed to reduce the width less than this one, certainly because of a restriction.
The problem is the same with a JDialog...

If you are interested by this solution, I can contribute and make it work !

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« Reply #93 - Posted 2014-01-31 01:04:06 »

The floating version shouldn't be tall and thin. It's fine short and square-ish. I'm trying to aim for dialogues that don't get in your way all the time.

Go ahead and make a pull request when you're done.

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« Reply #94 - Posted 2014-01-31 01:40:14 »

The latest dev build has huge improvements to the selection system.

It now masks changes, and you can combine selections. Support for cut/copy/paste is almost ready.

Controls for selection:

- Just mouse: Replace
- Ctrl: Add
- Alt: Subtract
- Shift: Intersect
- Ctrl+Alt: XOR (it makes sense because it subtracts what is already there and adds what isn't)

Ctrl+A: Select the whole layer
Ctrl+D: Deselect.

Link: Latest development build

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« Reply #95 - Posted 2014-01-31 05:13:55 »

Paint.JAVA Beta 0.13.

No screenshot, since there isn't any big notable feature.

In this update I overhauled the selection system.

- Changes are now clipped changes against the selection region, so you can use selection as a mask.
- I also added new ways to add to the selection (See above post).
- Cut/Copy/Paste is now working. It is also cross-application compatible (I could copy things into GIMP).
- Ellipse selection. (A bit buggy, but should work for some things)
- Can move the mouse one pixel with the arrow keys (Or hold control and move Cool. AFAIK, it works with everything.

Not much to go now. In fact, I'll reveal my now-very-short checklist of must-haves for v1.0:

  • Tools dialog (Gef working on it?)
  • Either save history to disk, or cut it off at a certain point
  • Finalise the plugin system
  • Icons!

Links:

Github
Latest Stable
Issue Tracker

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« Reply #96 - Posted 2014-02-16 04:19:04 »

I've made an auto-updater plugin which will be somewhat useful after a 1.0 release.

Basically it checks for a new build on the Github 'master' and (if you want it to) downloads and replaces the current Paint.JAVA installation with the new file.

Due to issues with development builds, if it detects you are using the latest build from the 'dev' branch, it ignores any update.

At the moment, it's quite useless, as there's only one stable version that's compatible, so it can't update anyway.
(Ninja-Edit: Due to a hotfix, now there are two stables. Still doesn't make a difference though)

Anyway: Paint.JAVA Auto-Updater on Github

Also, I pushed out v1.0-Beta.2

Features lots of minor tweaks, a 'colour square' (courtesy of BurntPizza) for the colour picker (it looks a bit awkward, but I'll fix it soon)



Please report any bugs you find.

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