This adds some more display/layout options.
Since it was requested a few times, I added the option to show the Hue + Saturation plane as triangle rather than diamond shape. There's a small caveat though: Since I originally added the diamond in order to have color model (HSV/HSL/HSI/HSY) and selector shape as independent settings, you can't put triangle AND diamond in your favorite list, it's a separate setting:
Otherwise I'd need to redesign the whole configuration...
- You could not have the MyPaint shade selector or no shade selector at all in the docker, they're now both optional
- Added the possibility to lay out selectors horizontally. This is different from Advanced Color Selector though. There is no automatic switch or hiding, because I figured doing it in a proper way (reason is basically next bullet) requires a specialized layout class that essentially needs to duplicate most of code from QBoxLayout (which is A LOT), deriving does not work as the crucial parameters are all private
So it's a plain horizontal/vertical choice for "Central Layout" (General Settings).
- I added a vertical mode to the minimal shade selector, something that Advanced Color Selector was lacking and thus horizontal layout was only possible with MyPaint selector.
- MyPaint selector now actually cares about the reset options, like resetting base color on right-click, after every interaction etc. should now work.
I'm mainly concerned that the settings dialog gets too cluttered and confusing here, so check if things make sense, and do what you expect from them.
And double-checking functionality of HSL/HSI/HSY triangle, vertical shade sliders and MyPaint selector.
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