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But the problem will be the inconsistency of its control.


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It seems to be integrated by now, but I think it would be a good idea to generally integrate full possibility to configure all Toolbar/Contextbar Elements by shortcuts, e. g. for the brush tool

* I also have to change between the two stabilizer types fairly often, that should also be possible with a quick shortcut,

* I also have often to adjust the strength dynamically (stabilizer window), etc.

* I also have switch on/off fairly often wether the brush is wet

And I have similar troubles with other context-bars with other tools...


Programming effort should not be too high I think - An alternative would be to at least be able to move the context bar from the top close to the area of painting so I dont have to move with the pen that far to the top to reach it all the time ... Affinity Photo, System: Windows)

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