.joker wrote:It's simple. right click the the frame/scene. on the drop down menu you have the decision to delete or insert a/the frame. click the delete frame option. at the moment after you click delete frame a separate box,asking whether you are sure that you want to delete the frame, appears in the middle of stage forcing you to wast time. so I suggest that the box that ask you to confirm you want to carry on the action to simply replace the original menu making quick editing easier.
-Happy flippy -_-
Ah, I see. Actually you can bypass that dialog now in two ways - hold down the Option key (Mac) or Alt key (Windows) when picking "Delete Frame" and you won't get the confirmation dialog. Secondly, you can turn it off in Preferences (General section, under "Alerts, Reminders, and Assistance").
.joker wrote:so okay, if we are going to wan to attract those high ranking animators to stykz we have to think what do they mainly use to animate with. well mostly pivot 2.2.5. okay, we already have the option to import pivot 2.2.5 .stk files, but there's other features that could be handy:
1-have a separate optional library that shows what's already been imputed into the animation.
2-also an option to disable auto-update frame when clicking on it's thumbnail in time line.(it's pivot 3 option we're using, don't like it since if I make a mistake and accidentally click on the frame, I loose my original frame.)
that's it for now, just yeah I reedited the previous suggestion, so I still wait for stkzman's repsonse
#1 is not a bad idea... I was planning on doing something like this when we get to a version of Stykz that shows you the figures you have in a Layers palette, and they would have names that we could then show if they were imported or created.
#2 already exists, but 99% of the time isn't needed since Stykz automatically updates the thumbnail for the frame you're working in. RC4 has a feature where if you're creating frames by dragging one or more figures and hitting the Enter key, if the Frames palette isn't displaying, or you are holding down the Control key, the thumbnails don't update yet so you can create a lot of frames really quickly. Once you're done, click on any blank frame in the Frames palette, and the thumbnails will be drawn.