Published 22nd June, 2015
Two weeks before voting closes we’re at a response rate of 91.38%: 604 of 661 possible votes. If you’re eligible to vote and haven’t done so yet, you have until 10am CEST on July 6 to make the response rate even higher! Note that no-award backers who have pledged 15 euros or more can also vote, though they haven’t received a survey. If this is you, please send mail to [email protected], either with your vote or to ask for the list.
We collected enough pledges for nine whole stretch goals. Two 1500-euro backers each added a stretch goal of their own: one already in the list (“Update the look & feel of the layer docker” which is at #6, meaning that #10, “Stacked brushes” got in as well) and one off-list, “Lazy Brush” — you can see how it works here.
The table below shows the penultimate results, with in the last column the related phabricator task. To access phabricator you will need a KDE identity account, which can be made at identity.kde.org. If you have a forum account, you already have made a KDE identity account. Use this login information in the ‘LDAP’ login area. The phabricator tasks are where we discuss the requirements of each feature. This means that all considerations about the implementation are mentioned here. You can subscribe to a phabricator task to get e-mail updates on it.
|Votes||Stretch goal||Phabricator Task|
|0||N/A||Extra||Lazy Brush: interactive tool for coloring the image in a couple of strokes||T372|
|1||116||19.02%||10. Animated file formats export: animated gif, animated png and spritemaps||T116|
|2||54||8.85%||8. Rulers and guides: drag out guides from the rulers and generate, save and load common sets of guides. Save guides with the document.||T114|
|3||50||8.20%||1. Multiple layer selection improvements||T105|
|4||47||7.70%||19. Make it possible to edit brush tips in Krita||T125|
|5||41||6.72%||21. Implement a Heads-Up-Display to manipulate the common brush settings: opacity, size, flow and others.||T127|
|6||38||6.23%||2. Update the look & feel of the layer docker panel (1500 euro stretch goal)||T106|
|7||36||5.90%||22. Fuzzy strokes: make the stroke consistent, but add randomness between strokes.||T166|
|8||33||5.41%||5. Improve grids: add a grid docker, add new grid definitions, snap to grid||T109|
|9||31||5.08%||6. Manage palettes and color swatches||T112|
|10||28||4.59%||18. Stacked brushes: stack two or more brushes together and use them in one stroke||T124|
And these didn’t make it, but we’re keeping them for next time:
|11||23||3.77%||4. Select presets using keyboard shortcuts|
|12||19||3.11%||13. Scale from center pivot: right now, we transform from the corners, not the pivot point.|
|13||18||2.95%||9. Composition helps: vector objects that you can place and that help with creating rules of thirds, spiral, golden mean and other compositions.|
|14||18||2.95%||7. Implement a Heads-Up-Display for easy manipulation of the view|
|15||16||2.62%||20. Select textures on the fly to use in textured brushes|
|16||9||1.48%||15. HDR gradients|
|17||9||1.48%||11. Add precision to the layer move tool|
|18||8||1.31%||17. Gradient map filter|
|19||5||0.82%||16. On-canvas gradient previews|
|20||5||0.82%||12. Show a tooltip when hovering over a layer with content to show which one you’re going to move.|
|21||3||0.49%||3. Improve feedback when using more than one color space in a single image|
|22||3||0.49%||14. Add a gradient editor for stop gradients|
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