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[UI] Show a "Remove Color Swatch" Button on the Color Palette UI #942

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Jose-Moreno opened this Issue Apr 14, 2018 · 4 comments

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Jose-Moreno commented Apr 14, 2018

--Issue Summary--

Currently there's only an "add swatch button", so organizing custom palettes for different projects is really cumbersome.

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@J5lx J5lx added the ux label Apr 20, 2018

@CandyFace CandyFace added this to the 0.6.2 milestone May 12, 2018

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CandyFace commented May 12, 2018

So i've started working on this: the implementation will be as following:

One can:

  • delete a color using the delete button

  • Select multiple colors to be deleted, by dragging or holding the equivalent button on the keyboard to select multiple
    soon

  • right-click where as a context-menu will appear with three options:
    screen shot 2018-05-12 at 18 05 40

This goes into a bigger implementation of making the color palette static, as in not connected to strokes or anything, and adding a new window to keep track of "connected" colors for the vector layer.
You can read more about my proposal here #962

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Kaikogf commented May 14, 2018

Very nice implementation
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CandyFace commented Jun 13, 2018

Implemented and available in latest nightly build, closing.

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Jose-Moreno commented Jun 13, 2018

It's working well. Good job! 🙂

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