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Hi all,

I noticed that the brush rotation is limited to 50% in the slider, but you can write up to 100% in the input field, I think the slider should allowed to drag it until 100% as well. Is this intended?

Cheers,
Juan

 

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It is the same as in last release version. It is equally to 180 degrees of rotation. Is this intended or not - i don't know, but it is not beta version bug for sure :)


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If is a bug then it got carried to the beta version. But yeah somehow is good to know (I think) that is not a beta version only. 

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There are quite a few instances where the slider has a visible and physical drag limit but you are able to exceed the value by typing into its field.

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Thank you for the clarification Chris B, may I know what is the reason behind this?.

I ask because for me it is a inconsistent behaviour.

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I think it was possible done for accuracy. If there's a short slider with a big range, you're going to struggle to accurately drag to the value you want. That being said, the Rotation slider is long and I think you could get an accurate drag so potentially, that rule shouldn't apply to Rotation.

I'm not sure if this should also be in degrees as opposed to percent—what do you think? 

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5 minutes ago, Chris B said:

I'm not sure if this should also be in degrees as opposed to percent—what do you think? 

It makes much more sense having degrees in the rotation field than percentage.

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