Thanks for your feedback. I'm glad to learn it works on Mac OS. You are right. I thought they (both screenshots and temp directories) were being deleted, but it looks like they are not. I need to look through the qt documentation again. There is an alternative way to make temporary files. I might end up using the alternative. My preference would be to completely remove them, but perhaps some users want to keep them? I could set a user parameter for some settings.
Yes, I noticed this. I think it is a minor concern. Most users will not be opening the details very often after reading the first time I think."Show Detail" resizes the dialog, and doesn't go back on "Hide Details".
If possible you may consider to open the dialog in the same position with the same size as it was used before.
these were meant to be two remarks: The "Show Detail" is in fact very very minor. On the mac the button seems to be important, as it is the preselected default.
It is transparent and I can well see the model below in the standard FreeCAD colour. For my taste transparency is ok; it could be more but should not be less.Is the first dialog fully opaque or partially transparent? If it is transparent do you like the amount of transparency?
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Yes, I think this is possible -- pasting an image directly from the clipboard into a web form.DeepSOIC wrote: ↑Sun Aug 04, 2019 10:41 pmLooks like, it can be even better... but it's not about the macro.
1. Press PrtSc on keyboard
-> (by default, the whole screen is captured. But there is a setting in Windows10 that can be tweaked to open a dialog with area selection instead)
2. select the area I want to copy
-> the screenshot is on keyboard
3. Open gmail, and paste. The picture is somehow magically attached to the message. (Edge browser, the old non-chromium one).
Step 3 doesn't work with the forum, unfortunately. But since it works with gmail, I think it must be possible to make it work with the forum.