Previously, the program attempted to be smart: the "white" arrow tool would auto-select an object and start editing it. Clicking outside would deselect it.
This behaviour seems smart, but with many objects, with control poitns close together, it could drive you crazy. I thus changed the behaviour, by differentiating the black arrow and the white arrow tools more:
- the Black Arrow selects and unselects the whole object
- the White Arrow selects and modifies control points, but does not change the object selection
- the White Arrow only selects control points within the current selected object
- missing a control point with the White Arrow does not deselect the object
This arrangement makes the two tools more orthogonal. It looks perhaps a bit more cumbersome for basic operation, but it ends to be much easier when objects overlap. Especially when using a graphics tabled this makes a huge improvement in my opinion.
And to close, just a drawing to show the current capabilities of Graphos. Making different shades is very easy with the new