Author Topic: Uncollapsed group content more obvious  (Read 1132 times)

It’s very hard to see which layers are actually inside of a group, and where the content of a group stops when it is uncollapsed. It’s all one long vertical row with no visual cue as to what’s inside, and what’s not.

Currently the only way to check where the contents of a group stops, is to look where the next group starts.

Maybe an idea to give the layers that are inside of an uncollapsed group a different color. Or maybe even better, to inset what’s inside of a group a few pixels to the right ? Like most other software that works with groups or folders like this.


Last Edit: April 30, 2021, 05:48:02 pm