@jonasthomas Thank you for your input! certainly It was late and I need to get going to file in my github reports of these bugs. I was thinking of doing separate videos on each bug but I had less than 30 minutes to do it, and this was the third attempt to record the video.
When I submit it to the Github i’ll try to do it one at a time, but this was as well a test to see if it was easier to understand intricate bugs in video, to see if my setup was helping and so I wouldn’t forget them lol.
I’m NOT a foremost expert in Pencil2D by any means! haha, I just like to observe and document the stuff I try and compare it with what it’s actually happening.
Regarding the Forum /Github categories you propose, I don’t have much control over that, I think @chchwy opened the pencil git as well. At most I think we have those labels that serve the purpose of filtering issues, but maybe if we can ask to get the labels rearranged, so users and devs can submit their bugs in a similar fashion, it would help out a lot.
In here as you say we have tags per topic /reply. We could use that but I think it’s better to have a proper subcategory arrangement in the Bug Reports forum.
Also I really liked your idea for the about box “system information” button, I think it should be done, and I doubt it would break anything just by getting information from each OS. The real catch is how to get info from Windows, Linux and MAC boxes.
I think voting on future features should be introduced at a later time, but only after we can have a stable program where development can truly grow.
I don’t have control over the website itself, gordie just gave me mod powers (which I’m grateful for) so I could chase spammers away, give some support and help organize the forum while adding some pages like the FAQ page, but I can’t change the layout or the theme for now, sorry.
However Gordie @admin presented us with another website theme previously during last year, changing that takes time so maybe later this year the website layout will change to make the site more accesible and allowing those new features he wanted to become an important part of the community.