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Editor Enhancements

JMichael

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I've always believed strongly that a native UI presents a cleaner, more consistent, and more beautiful interface for the user to interact with. Not only do they look better, but they present less of a learning curve because the user already knows how to interact with them. When applications move beyond competing to see who can make a better home-made button, they can focus on greater underlying functionality and stop wasting time reinventing the wheel that the operating system already provides.

 

Leadwerks 3 uses the native UI on both Windows and OSX, and it's turning out really beautiful. Since one picture = 1000 words, I'm going to let the images do the rest of the talking.

 

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I like the UI. It looks very calm and is easy on the eyes. Looking forward to the shader editor.

 

What is the option next to position, rotating and scaling? It looks like skewing..

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