Sirius wrote:I don't know how Korman will deal with that, since the material editor is quite different and lightmap baking might have changed too... I think this is going to be a pain to Hoikas
Tsar Hoikas wrote:Korman is unlikely to jump directly to Blender 2.80
Deledrius wrote:The icons are terrible, and unfortunately this is just them following a stupid trend in idiotic design of making icons less readable by dropping all color.
Sirius wrote:Tsar Hoikas wrote:Korman is unlikely to jump directly to Blender 2.80
Yes, this doesn't surprise me. Fortunately, Blender 2.79 is both recent and decent, so we can stick with it for quite a while.
It would be cool if plugins could easily swap Blender's renderer with a custom one, so that you could have Plasma's renderer running in the Blender 3D viewport. I doubt that's feasible, but oh well...
Sirius wrote:Deledrius wrote:The icons are terrible, and unfortunately this is just them following a stupid trend in idiotic design of making icons less readable by dropping all color.
Yeah, the latest Gimp suffers from it too, unfortunately...
In Blender's case, it can be somewhat justified by the fact that they moved from bitmap icons to vectorized ones (to account for monitors with high pixel densities - it's also why you can no longer provide your own icon set in the preferences). Maybe colors and gradients aren't really efficient to display for those. Still, I'd take a pixelated icon over a B&W one anyway. Hopefully overriding the icons will be possible in a future release.
Sirius wrote:Well, if you put aside the icons, it's cool to see Blender constantly being updated. It's toe-to-toe with other softwares like Maya, Cinema4D &co, which isn't a small feat considering it's 100% free and open source. Too bad it makes it harder for us to keep up with the trend, though
Chacal wrote:I love flaticons!
I guess you won't like my recent diagram
dendwaler wrote:yes i agree the icons are not what i prefer, but that will change again soon i hope ,because we are not alone in this, seeing the pol in this thread
dendwaler wrote:But i actualy like it.
The collection are usefull for bigger projects.
The multiple object editing has som advantages with texturing.
The easy to find different user interfaces for sculpting, editing painting animation etc are very convenient and better suited for 16:9 screens
The easy to use measuring tools for distances and angles. are great for CAD purposes.
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