Thanks for the input -
Rotate: It would be excellent if, after selecting an object and right-clicking for the context menu, you could immediately see the right arrow against rotate and use it to bring up the rotate options. As it is, after selecting rotate, either via the button or the context menu, you have to shift right-click and then mouse over rotate in the context menu to see the options. This is clunkier than in v 5.1 where all you had to do was select rotate (either way) and then shift-right click to bring up the options. I assume this may be fairly easily do-able, as there are already right arrows against other commands when you first see the context menu.
Are you sure you are looking at the correct Context Menu? There are two. In 5.2.2, I can select the track and then use the Local Context menu (Right-Click or Shift+Right-Click) depending on Options->Command->Right-Click) over the rotation center I want. And in that Menu I get to Rotate fixed angle increments or a text entered amount.
Also in 5.2.2, within Select, after I have selected the object(s) to rotate I depress and hold down the control key <note a rotate cursor appears> and then Left-Click Drag I am immediately rotating about that center. (Likewise holding down Shift <note a shift cursor appears> I am immediately Moving and by double-clicking on some objects (which display a roundel cursor when hovering over them) I am Modifying them. This allows the most common commands to often be performed without leaving Select Mode.
Easements: now you've implemented cornu curves, does anyone use the sharp/normal/broad easement options?
Yes because I was asked for an additional feature (the specified radius between easements) in Join to work with easements and without. While I am a fan of Cornu for obvious reasons, the traditional easement approach has a predictability about it.
This is tricky because the code doesn't see the tracks as related at drawing time. The best we might be able to do is to suppress parapets on one side or the other. Something to think about.
On Sun, May 2, 2021 at 3:29 PM Chris Kenyon <chriskenyon@...> wrote:
Having finally bitten the bullet and upgraded to 5.2.1a, I offer a few random first thoughts: