>Will there be a "Lite" version posted onto the page?
Soon. I was about to do one when I found (sigh)
one of those after-the-fact bugs: if you Select All
and try a rotate on a sufficiently large HF, you
get an HF size message and then a crash. So I
want to fix it and then post the demo again along
w/ the Lite version.
Quote:>> The above link may not work since our
>The royal "We", Ray?
Quote:>I went ahead, and downloaded it, and it is GREAT!!!!!!!
Thanks; we try. Not everything (like the new crater tool)
made the cut, but we can't sit around without releasing
an update forever. The pixel-precise editing alone
was what a lot of people were screaming at 200 decibels for.
Quote:>so I'll offer a few suggestions: Instead of
>calling it the GForge plugin, you should put it right in the filter
>catagory, called, "Fractal Landscape".
I'm not sure if the GNU GPL allows that. If I understand it
correctly, integrating gforge right into Leveller would require
releasing Leveller under the GPL (which is not an impossibility
eventually, but difficult now). Updates are easier as
a plug-in, anyway: it would irk people to have to download
the whole shebang just to upgrade a filter.
Quote:>Also, you might want to get rid
>of the checkmem and checkprogress plugins(I LOVE the Check Drawing
>plugin- it really makes it easier to view my landscapes, without flying
Yes; good idea. Legacy code strikes again.
Quote:>Perhaps you could make the number 5 on the keyboard
>corospond, once again, to the straighten command. ALT+5 is a lot less
I agree, but keeping '5' made it impossible to type '5' into
the tool panel's number fields.