Author Topic: Layered Shader: Re-Arranging Layers  (Read 1808 times)

2017-06-02, 15:47:56

Cinemike

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The ability to re-arrange the order of layers (inclusive the masks) would be great, just drag and drop them to where you like.
The simplest example would be re-arranging layers of grafitti on a wall.

2020-04-02, 10:55:10
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brankonovakovic

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It would be nice if you could explain a little more and extensively, also it would be nice to attach a video where the technique is done.
Regards,
Branko.

2020-04-02, 14:25:03
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burnin

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I believe Cinemike proposes a drag&drop like reordering of layers within the Layered material.

Simple and way more efficient UX compared to how it is now.
And IMHO, if possible, it should be done.

2020-04-02, 17:33:23
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Cinemike

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I believe Cinemike proposes a drag&drop like reordering of layers within the Layered material.

Simple and way more efficient UX compared to how it is now.
And IMHO, if possible, it should be done.

Exactly.
And @brankonovakovic - attaching a video showing something that is not yet possible would have been a bit ... difficult.

2020-04-18, 22:59:05
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Stefan-L

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+1 , yes please!