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When new Text Layer is created set layer name the same as its contents #407

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morevnaproject opened this Issue Aug 20, 2017 · 5 comments

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morevnaproject commented Aug 20, 2017

When new Text Layer is created set layer name according to its contents (if text is multiline, then use first line only).

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Carl-K commented Aug 24, 2017

Hello @morevnaproject I'll look into making this change for you.

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morevnaproject commented Aug 24, 2017

Hello @Carl-K! I would really appreciate that!

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Carl-K commented Sep 10, 2017

Hello again @morevnaproject. It has been about two weeks but I was able to come up with a working solution to what you requested. I sent a pull request to the main Synfig project and now it is awaiting approval but if you'd like you can check out my fork of the project if you want to see the change.

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morevnaproject commented Feb 5, 2019

Will be shipped with 1.3.11.

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morevnaproject commented Feb 19, 2019

The feature is available for testing in Synfig Studio 1.3.11 - https://www.synfig.org/2019/02/16/synfig-studio-1-3-11-released/

@morevnaproject morevnaproject moved this from Done to Released in Releases Feb 19, 2019

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