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click into "outline/stroke" could be more workflow supportive

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Hi all,

 

what you think about the following:

 

when I click on "Kontur" (see image: A) I wanna change the stroke width in nearly nine times out of ten.

 

That's why I would love to have the input field already selected (marked value - see B in the attached picture). So that it would be possible to immediately start to manipulate the value with e.g. cursor up/down or typing in your desired value.

 

Suppose that it would have been implemented that way ... users who wanna work like I described would be happy. Users who are not interested in using cursor up/down to immediately manipulate the value aren't interrupted in their workflow in this way, are they?

 

 

Thanks in advance,

Stefan.

 

 

 

 

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So you want to have the width field already highlighted and ready for typing for when you pull down the stroke flyout menu. Is that what you mean?


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I guess it couldn't hurt, though I could do without to give my honest feedback. I always just pull up the Stroke tab and double click the field if I want a precise size.


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So it would save you the mouse movement to the field and a double click too :)


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