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m1j
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Post by m1j » Tue Apr 10, 2007 4:40 am

I like the idea of the interface but I have some requests.

Add a way to edit the inifile.txt.
It needs to be able to stay open after an error.
There still needs to be a way to launch with out the GUI.

More things I would like to see added are:
The ability to edit the igs files.
This would be nice as text but a WYSIWYG GUI like Maxwell would really help.

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Post by Kram1032 » Tue Apr 10, 2007 4:42 am

Pause-button...
"resume"-part in the dropdown menu......
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stylish design (VERY last thing to do, I know)

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Post by Lord of the Rings Junkie » Tue Apr 10, 2007 5:11 am

Exposure slider.

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Re: changes!

Post by dougal2 » Tue Apr 10, 2007 6:03 am

m1j wrote:I like the idea of the interface but I have some requests.

Add a way to edit the inifile.txt.
It needs to be able to stay open after an error.
There still needs to be a way to launch with out the GUI.

More things I would like to see added are:
The ability to edit the igs files.
This would be nice as text but a WYSIWYG GUI like Maxwell would really help.
there is a -nogui command line option, but the way it currently works is not at all useful.

i'm currently in two minds as to whether including the "violet" tonemapping bits in the main indigo GUI would be a good idea. For now, I don't think it would be.

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Re: changes!

Post by m1j » Wed Apr 11, 2007 3:22 am

[quote="dougal2"][quote="m1j"]I like the idea of the interface but I have some requests.

Add a way to edit the inifile.txt.
It needs to be able to stay open after an error.
There still needs to be a way to launch with out the GUI.

More things I would like to see added are:
The ability to edit the igs files.
This would be nice as text but a WYSIWYG GUI like Maxwell would really help.[/quote]

there is a -nogui command line option, but the way it currently works is not at all useful.

i'm currently in two minds as to whether including the "violet" tonemapping bits in the main indigo GUI would be a good idea. For now, I don't think it would be.[/quote]

I can't get the -nogui to work. It keeps claiming it as a file. Is there any place that explains how to use it?

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Post by jurasek » Wed Apr 11, 2007 6:10 am

I can't get the -nogui to work. It keeps claiming it as a file. Is there any place that explains how to use it?
Try this:

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$ indigo.exe -nogui your_scene_file.igs(xml)
greetz,
jur

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