After using the thing a bit, I find it would be useful to have keyboard shortcuts for such actions as:
there are textfields resizing issues. The text area (synopsis or note) is not 100% width, or there is a too large right margin. This is usually fixed by closing/reopening the specific scene, so there must be something missing in the resizing event that is there on the tab creating event.
I would find it more intuitive if in order to open a scene/chapter, you simply have to click it, not double-click it. Especially in "without tab mode". That way, the highlighted item in the projet outline is always the opened one.
And finally, whatever the style I chose (in settings > Plume creator style), I'm not able to get a proper Qt looking default style, though I'm running a KDE desktop.
Thanks for the good work!
You seem to have CSS turned off.
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All shortcuts are not implemented yet. I added your suggestions in my to-do list.
- Text resizing issue : known problem, but low priority. I lost a lot of time already trying to fix this.
- Open with single click : with your mouse click behavior, how do we grab / drop (or rename) a scene without always opening it ? Yet, I agree fully for adding a way, a "marker", to know which scene is opened and which one is displayed right now.
- Styles : I don't know how the Qt style behaves with KDE. My preferred style is Plastique.
Open with single click:
KDE uses the Oxygen styles. You can using it Qt quite easily (cf. for example: http://www.qtcentre.org/threads/35098-Setting-oxygen-style-on-Qt-applications) It would make Plume Creator much more appealling to KDE users :)
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