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  1. 23 Jan, 2019 3 commits
    • noemie scherer's avatar
      Add direction choice to the imagesplit plugin · af7abc39
      noemie scherer authored
      One use-case for the imagesplit is modifying spritesheet found externally
      (for example on the internet): splitting them then re-importing them in
      the animation timeline lets you use the dedicated animation tools, like
      the onionskin, and easily preview the animation with your modifications.
      
      But most spritesheet found on the internet are horizontal, like so:
      
      1, 2, 3
      4, 5, 6
      
      while a few are vertical, like so:
      
      1, 3, 5
      2, 4, 6
      
      Adding a button to choose which is more appropriate lets the imagesplit
      be used in both cases and still name the individual images correctly.
      
      I put the default at horizontal, while it was at vertical before,
      because it seems more widely used.
      
      Differential revision: https://phabricator.kde.org/D18442
      af7abc39
    • Boudewijn Rempt's avatar
      Use Q_FALLTHROUGH everwhere possible · cf5346cb
      Boudewijn Rempt authored
      I didn't know it existed...
      cf5346cb
    • Boudewijn Rempt's avatar
      Use QuaZip instead of KArchive for ZIP64 support · 593dba2b
      Boudewijn Rempt authored
      This makes it possible to save and load .kra files that are larger
      than 4GiB -- depending on available memory, of course. There is
      an option in the settings dialog to enable this; it's off by default
      because older versions of Krita cannot read Zip64 files.
      
      Note that everything that uses zip files now uses quazip, the
      karchive dependency is gone.
      
      CCMAIL:kimageshop@kde.org
      593dba2b
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