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(1)

After pressing Ctrl + Alt to slide, the slide button will always display orange. You need to click in the space to cancel the orange. This is different from the version before 4.0. Can you add a switch in the setting to control whether to use the old sliding mode or the new sliding mode, just like this ;) ;)

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(2)
Add auto fit reserved space switch.

In many cases, what is needed is not to maximize, but to set aside some space up and down for scaling

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Hi, thank you for your suggestions.

Regarding (1), I understand what you are saying, but I’m not sure whether adding the option is the best thing to do. For example, if "always display orange" is a problem, how about “display orange during slide, green after slide"? Or it might not be a good idea to indicate only by color in the first place. We should consider a different way to display it rather than turning it off in the options. Do you have any suggestions for this?

Regarding (2), it makes sense to me. However, I don't think this needs to be an option as well as the (1). Currently the space above and below is too narrow, so it would be good to expand the space by default. We will consider this.
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Misaki je napisao/la:Hi, thank you for your suggestions.

Regarding (1), I understand what you are saying, but I’m not sure whether adding the option is the best thing to do. For example, if "always display orange" is a problem, how about “display orange during slide, green after slide"? Or it might not be a good idea to indicate only by color in the first place. We should consider a different way to display it rather than turning it off in the options. Do you have any suggestions for this?

Regarding (2), it makes sense to me. However, I don't think this needs to be an option as well as the (1). Currently the space above and below is too narrow, so it would be good to expand the space by default. We will consider this.
Thank you for your reply :) :) :)

(1)I think it's better to release the CTRL + Alt key and the orange will disappear directly. Otherwise, it is always prone to wrong operation. This leads to a lot of reduction in work efficiency, so that now I almost don't press the CTRL + Alt shortcut key and use sliding every time. Instead, I turn on the sliding switch to operate all the bones that need to slide, and then turn off the switch.

(2) I hope to add a little space to the right of the curve

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It suddenly occurred to me that a slider can be added, which seems to be much better than a switch, because different users have monitors with different resolutions, and the appropriate standards for how much space to leave are different. People with small monitors will feel that the space left is too large and the curve is too small. Adults will feel that the space left for the monitor is too small for operation. By the way, it's better to have two sliding strips, one to control up and down and one to control left and right, because in most cases, as long as there is a certain space left and right, but up and down seem to need more.

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I think it's better to release the CTRL + Alt key and the orange will disappear directly.
As Nate has explained before, there is a reason to display the orange color: 4.1.17-beta Bug
If nothing was indicated though the offset information was still remembered, the behavior after using CTRL+ALT might look like a bug.
I understand that it is confusing because the display is exactly the same in two states: "the offset is being performed" and "the offset is done but the information is remembered". What we would like to consider is a way to make the display easier to understand other than adding it to the options.

Regarding the space in the Graph view, the Spine team generally agreed that adjustments were needed, so I created an issue ticket for this: https://github.com/EsotericSoftware/spine-editor/issues/643
We are still discussing what is the best solution, but will report back in this thread when improvements are implemented.
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Misaki je napisao/la:
I think it's better to release the CTRL + Alt key and the orange will disappear directly.
As Nate has explained before, there is a reason to display the orange color: 4.1.17-beta Bug
If nothing was indicated though the offset information was still remembered, the behavior after using CTRL+ALT might look like a bug.
I understand that it is confusing because the display is exactly the same in two states: "the offset is being performed" and "the offset is done but the information is remembered". What we would like to consider is a way to make the display easier to understand other than adding it to the options.

Regarding the space in the Graph view, the Spine team generally agreed that adjustments were needed, so I created an issue ticket for this: https://github.com/EsotericSoftware/spine-editor/issues/643
We are still discussing what is the best solution, but will report back in this thread when improvements are implemented.
Will it turn green after releasing the CTRL + Alt key in the future? Well, that sounds acceptable. :) :)
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Will it turn green after releasing the CTRL + Alt key in the future?
We have not decided it yet! To decide it, we need to consider what meaning is given to which color in other UI parts. I don't want to increase the number of issue tickets with too vague description, so if I come up with a good idea, I'll put it on the issue.
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Will it turn green after releasing the CTRL + Alt key in the future?
We have not decided it yet! To decide it, we need to consider what meaning is given to which color in other UI parts. I don't want to increase the number of issue tickets with too vague description, so if I come up with a good idea, I'll put it on the issue.
All right :grinteeth: :grinteeth:
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mumu je napisao/la:Will it turn green after releasing the CTRL + Alt key in the future?
As explained to you here, the button stays highlighted to indicate it is remembering state so you can make further changes to your offset. To clear the state deselect or turn off offset or select different keys. Removing the highlight just because you don't like how it looks doesn't make sense. It's important to know if your next offset will remember where it started or if it will be a new offset.
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mumu je napisao/la:Will it turn green after releasing the CTRL + Alt key in the future?
As explained to you here, the button stays highlighted to indicate it is remembering state so you can make further changes to your offset. To clear the state deselect or turn off offset or select different keys. Removing the highlight just because you don't like how it looks doesn't make sense. It's important to know if your next offset will remember where it started or if it will be a new offset.
I misunderstood. I always thought that the orange state would affect other operations. :p
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Ah, nope! It just means the last offset amount and the original key placement for the last offset is being remembered. If you do anything else, it goes away. If you offset again, it prevents extra keys from being created.
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