Such an amazing work. Thank you guys It’s wonderful to see how you managed to bring it all to this point.
Tool options on the right top corner is my favorite addition, as I feel like having way more control over those options - they don’t hide when I click on canvas, I can always see the whole widget, and they stay in canvas-only mode (as it’s so easy to hide it, it’s great).
In case of the toolbox - I’ll stick with the scripter version for now, as so far I couldn’t change its width to get just one column. Maybe I’ll dig into that code a bit more later. Ideally possibility to just drag this right edge to get 1,2,3… columns as in current docker, would be amazing, but I’m aware it’s not that simple
Getting into those minor flaws:
Some textboxes in krita UI aren’t really visible well (like this width and height in first screenshot). Those two up and down buttons are also in the same spot as the text - I guess its the same element as in layer docker > opacity slider where it looks good. I guess these would have to look more like this ratio textbox.
Comboboxes look very cool without any borders, but when they are much longer than text, these are also not very distinguishable - maybe some alignment to the right would help?
Borderless buttons look awesome in topbar, but they cause some problems when those buttons are text-only (like this HSV adjustment screenshot). Buttons on bottom, and those on top (Edit present, xml) are not visible at all. Is it even possible to give borders only to some buttons?
Even with icons they don’t always look clear - for example those 10 buttons in transform menu (middle button has no icon, so its fully invisible
The last thing I thought about - do you think it’s possible to get rid of those dark lines between elements in layer docker (bottom left screenshot) They appear in usual theme too, but I just noticed them as the background color changed.
Ow, and those red buttons to close the docker are still a bit distracting, being the only colorful button in the theme
But these are of course only those flaws I could find to try to make the whole add-on better. Even in its current form it feels much less distracting than the usual one for me, and I’m going to use it (I already had some older version installed)
Once again big thanks for that. Cheers