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No problem … it was just a remark 😉
to install it I had to run as Admin, but started as non-Admin. In this sense: yes, two users. However, that’s the normal way to do it with other programs 😉
P.S.: Just to confirm, I started Alpha 3 as Admin. There is an error, but it starts up. The error says more or less: “Didn’t find hook / entry point __gxx_personality_sj0 in DLL C:\gstreamer\1.0\x86_64\bin\libopenh264.dll”. And, to my “surprise”, there is something installed at C:\gstreamer\…
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Just to verify it’s unrelated to my switched-off internet conntection I repaired (with), uninstalled (without), re-installed (with) and rebootet (without) with/out internet connection after admin-start … no difference: So it doesn’t seem to download what’s missing at installation or on start-up.
In reply to: X-sheet, add blank to all layers // mark as extremeJuly 16, 2020 at 11:33 am #3001
Hi Niels, thanks for your quick reply 🙂
Looks like I missed the link-funtionality. I think it works fine the way as it is. May be if one can opt for inserting clones or blank drawings it might be helpful in some situations.
Yes, I know the “key” function. When working with 3 layers as I tried, of course I can also indicate (extreme) “keys” in the (red) extreme layer … but then I can’t step through all key-drawings (keys and extremes) in one go (shift + down), unless I overlook it again.
However, within the same layer at the moment there can only be “keys”, no “extremes”. From the book mentioned above I see the value of having and being able to visually distinguish key-images quite “far” apart, inserting (red) extreme-positions (like ups or downs), and interpolating further with in-betweens (green).
So, such a workflow is possible. If you or others find it useful it may be an idea to make it a bit more smooth to operate. Anyway, as a novice to animation I like what you created so far.