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On screen controls not user friendly( submenus)

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AFWS88
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Joined: Thu 28. Dec 2017, 13:17

On screen controls not user friendly( submenus)

Postby AFWS88 » Thu 28. Dec 2017, 13:47

OK, new to drawing tablets, so will be asking a bunch of question prolly. After watching several videos I find the “ on screen controls” not very user friendly. I’m trying to create a “submenu” and the only way I see to do it is, create like “GIMP Menu” and then for my submenu “ GIMP Layers”, then open the gimp layers with the gimp menu. I seen when it was called “radial menus” you could create your main menu then have like “ layers” for your submenu and it would then branch layers off of your main menu. Now, you have to add the name of the program to keep up with your “submenus”.

AFWS88
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Joined: Thu 28. Dec 2017, 13:17

Re: On screen controls not user friendly( submenus)

Postby AFWS88 » Sun 31. Dec 2017, 16:56

I found a work around, still not user friendly. For my main menu I do something like GIMP-GP, then for submenus I do something like Layer-GP, Tools-GP, etc. This lets me know it’s a submenu to my main menu.


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