Select multiple layers by ctrl+clicking them #1157

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Kiloku opened this Issue Jun 13, 2016 · 5 comments

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Kiloku commented Jun 13, 2016

This would be a useful feature for animation where you need to move certain layers by the same distance on the new frame

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Hi @Kiloku, actually you can do something like that using the Move tool when several layers are selected in the Timeline: http://www.aseprite.org/docs/move-tool/#move-multiple-cels

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dacap commented Jun 13, 2016

Hi @Kiloku, actually you can do something like that using the Move tool when several layers are selected in the Timeline: http://www.aseprite.org/docs/move-tool/#move-multiple-cels

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The problem is that I can't select multiple layers that are not adjacent on the list of layers. The only way to select multiple layers (that I know of) is dragging the selection, which forces me to handle all layers in between the ones I want.

This is what I mean (I want to select the "Braco" and "Face" layers, but not any of the others)

Kiloku commented Jun 13, 2016

The problem is that I can't select multiple layers that are not adjacent on the list of layers. The only way to select multiple layers (that I know of) is dragging the selection, which forces me to handle all layers in between the ones I want.

This is what I mean (I want to select the "Braco" and "Face" layers, but not any of the others)

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Yeah, that's true and that's is why I didn't close the issue 😅 I'm just working in something (#454) that might enable this Ctrl+click behavior to select multiple non-adjacent layers (as layer groups needs new special ways to handle the layer selection).

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dacap commented Jun 13, 2016

Yeah, that's true and that's is why I didn't close the issue 😅 I'm just working in something (#454) that might enable this Ctrl+click behavior to select multiple non-adjacent layers (as layer groups needs new special ways to handle the layer selection).

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Ah, got it. Thanks for the info and for the awesome software 😄

Kiloku commented Jun 13, 2016

Ah, got it. Thanks for the info and for the awesome software 😄

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Implemented, this will be included in the next v1.2-beta2

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dacap commented Aug 25, 2016

Implemented, this will be included in the next v1.2-beta2

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dacap added a commit that referenced this issue Sep 20, 2016

Add support to move/copy non-adjacent layers/frames
Changes:
* With this patch we finally removed the LayerIndex class and member
  functions to access layers by index (like Sprite::firstLayer/layerLayer
  /layer/indexToLayer/layerToIndex() etc.). As layer groups can be
  expanded/collapsed, it doesn't make sense to use layer index to
  access layers directly from sprite.
* Now we use a layer_t (int) to access a list of browsable layers each
  time we want to iterate visible layers in the timeline.
* Replaced CelsRange() and Sprite::uniqueCels() param with
  SelectedFrames to iterate non-adjacent cels.
* Updated clipboard operations (copy/paste) in timeline to support
  layer groups.
* Updated Timeline control to support selecting multiple layer/frame
  ranges with Ctrl+ or Alt+click (fix #1157)
* Added more test units for DocumentRange operations (mainly for
  non-adjacent ranges).
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