Thanks for the feedback guys!
Thanks for noticing! I think it would be a quicker way to navigate, considering the current scroll option is very tedious if the two workspaces you use are far away from each other.
Oh no! But on second thought I think you’re right. That set up might be better suited to a tablet interface.
Perhaps there can be an option to define which toolbar you’d like? My main idea for this was to decrease the screen space of the toolbar, which again, might be more suited for tablets.
I think you’re right on that one, I was trying to break it up into related segments, but I’ll rework that!
This is where I was considering swapping the ‘Workspaces’ and ‘Documents’ section, sort of functioning like a web explorer with tabs at the top. Thoughts?
Oh no again! You are correct I think. I had an idea where the transparent area acted like frosted glass, but I agree it’s simpler to keep opaque.
I use both the Paint and Animation workspaces, so it’s an essential for me!
I think that’s very true, are there any features that you constantly look for in the menus? Or I might have to ask a beginner user of Krita for that one.
In this respect, I’m wondering if there are any ‘workspace-specific’ tools that can be present on HUD? Or maybe the ‘Tool Options’ Docker can act like a HUD at the top, similar to how Photoshop works?
I know there is already a setting to place it in the tool bar, but that seems inefficient, as you have to click it to see all the options, instead of having them arranged across the tool bar.
I see there are a lot of things to manage with this UI, time to rework it !