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Wish #401

wished on Sat, 16th Mar 2019 at 09:47:28 UTC

... awaiting moderation

Wish #400

wished on Fri, 8th Mar 2019 at 16:16:35 UTC

Update: I guess "Blind Deconvolution" would be a better choice than the Lucy-Richardson one

Reply:
I've read a little on this and I find it interesting. Let me pursue this topic a little further; we'll see where my curiosity gets me and what comes out of it. Thank you for suggesting this.

Wish #399

wished on Fri, 8th Mar 2019 at 16:07:10 UTC

Could you add Deconvolution sharpening to your already great sharpening tools? I think something likerhe Richardson–Lucy algorithm would be useful to night photography. Thanks!!

Reply:
Hi, the "Normal Sharpen" option uses deconvolution, but with a Gaussian point-spread function in a rather small 3x3 window. I'm considering expanding this to 5x5. I'll consider adding more comprehensive support for deconvolution sharpening in the next version.

Wish #398

wished on Sat, 2nd Feb 2019 at 15:24:17 UTC

I have to say, I'd like to see a Linux version. Maybe I will see if it can run in Wine. Maybe the portable version would. It's a lot to take on though and I understand that..

Wish #397

wished on Fri, 11th Jan 2019 at 20:17:19 UTC

To edit raw files like CR3 for Canon EOS R.

Wish #396

wished on Mon, 17th Dec 2018 at 22:24:57 UTC

In Chasys Draw IES I am unaware if there is movable guides, if so great, how do you use them. If not that would be quite handy.

Wish #395

wished on Wed, 21st Nov 2018 at 04:08:55 UTC

Would like a portable version of your softwares so I do not have to install them.

Reply:
Hi, Chasys Draw IES can be converted into a portable application using the Install To USB option on the file menu. The portable version maintains all functionality with the exception of system-dependent things like file associations and some optimizations. Please note that the loading of RAW files may fail on some computers when using a portable copy due to some system-specific optimizations.  
  
Portable copies of Chasys Draw IES are strictly for personal use as indicated in the license agreement. It is recommended that you prepare your own Portable installations from a working copy of Chasys Draw IES installed on your own computer. You are advised not to use Portable installations prepared by someone else as they may contain modifications, errors or malware.

Wish #394

wished on Mon, 12th Nov 2018 at 16:47:25 UTC

Ability to work with .FIT format files (Flexible Image Transport System (FITS))

Reply:
Hi, I've started work on a FITS plug-in and I'm making good progress. If you'd like to be kept up to date on development, kindly drop me a note at support@jpchacha.com.

Wish #393

wished on Thu, 23rd Aug 2018 at 01:59:57 UTC

Make it portable and it is going to be a winner!

Reply:
It is already portable - after installation, use the "Make Portable" option in the file manu to create a portable copy.

Wish #392

wished on Thu, 9th Aug 2018 at 11:13:54 UTC

Add a VBA like scripting language which we can use to automate Chasys Draw and program our own behavior or add our own developed features. If this is added we will not have to keep on asking you for various features.
  
In fact I can go to the length to say that this one feature will create a community of developers who will add features to Chasys Draw as needed.
  
If interested to know more please email me: yogiyang007@gmail.com
  
Regards,
  
YY

Reply:
Hi Yogi,
This feature is already there. Chasys Draw IES supports scripting at two levels:  
* The automation feature, which allows you to sequences of operations such as applying effects, and  
* Custom Effect via Program, which allows you to write custom programs in an assembly-like language.
  
You can also extend Chasys Draw IES via plug-ins.

Wish #391

wished on Thu, 9th Aug 2018 at 11:09:39 UTC

I am interested in support for Photoshop like layer styles. I mean when we open a .psd file all the layer styles should come up as they are in Photoshop. Can you make this please.
  
Thank you,

Wish #348

wished on Mon, 14th May 2018 at 19:43:38 UTC

Watermark (auto-restored)...

Reply:
Hi, watermarks can be added in various ways, but I'm guessing that what you're asking for is a watermark you can define once then you just say "add watermark" and Chasys Draw will apply it, even to a batch of images if need be. Please contact me via email we discuss your use-case in more detail; my thinking is to have these treated as objects just like brushes and textures. Thanks.

Wish #343

wished on Fri, 27th Apr 2018 at 08:41:21 UTC

2018-04-27 Sear Paul, fine stuff you are programming here, compliments! Now my question: Is it possible for you to program an interface to communicate with open-source freeware libreoffice, you know?! I mean your great Math-program, can you make it, that your math can give fine graphs too the libre office to integrate them into a writer document for example especially?!? :) Thanks for making this possible! Best regards...Anton from Germany.

Wish #337

wished on Mon, 16th Apr 2018 at 15:39:41 UTC

Hi.I am impressed by your Software.I want one feature. Can you include an OIl BRUSH, showing thick brush   strokes ?Is it possible ?  
Awaiting your reply.

Reply:
Hi, Chasys Draw IES accepts oil brushes designed for Photoshop (*.abr files). Is this sufficient? If not, please provide more details and I'll see what I can do.

Wish #335

wished on Mon, 5th Mar 2018 at 13:59:13 UTC

Chasys Draw perspective correction. Example photo of a painting taken slightly skewed so pick the four corners to set back to a rectangle. Also adjust buildings taken with the camera pointing upwards.

Reply:
Noted. This should be a quick-win; I'll get started on it immediately.

Wish #334

wished on Sat, 3rd Feb 2018 at 17:30:25 UTC

Automatically align images (rotate,move) by feature tracking. For example to align Prokudin-Gorsky old photos to merge them as RGB.

Reply:
This is already implemented via Processes > Align Images for Stacking. Please try it out and let me know how that goes.

Wish #330

wished on Sat, 9th Dec 2017 at 11:48:33 UTC

Hi,
I'm using Chasys Draw IES and I am pleased to use such a wonderful product. It would be even more so, if   you may add in support for high colour bit depth editing. I have noticed after import 48 bit photos, your software automatically convert it into 32 bit on save. Unless it is a setting I have missed out, it would be great to be informed of.
  
Best regards,
g-man

Wish #328

wished on Tue, 28th Nov 2017 at 15:42:48 UTC

Wow, Liquify tool...   I have requested this feature before and now it is available, thank you!!!

Reply:
You're welcome!

Wish #326

wished on Mon, 30th Oct 2017 at 14:31:45 UTC

Basic Layer stypes like Drop Shadow, Bevel would be awesome addition to existing feature set, if you are considering to implement Layer styles i would like some styles like Glow, Reflection,   Bump map!!! , i know these are hard to code and debug.

Wish #321

wished on Fri, 29th Sep 2017 at 17:04:19 UTC

Is it possible to add 3D Lights like as seen in RealDraw Pro

Wish #320

wished on Fri, 29th Sep 2017 at 16:55:48 UTC

Hi,  
I am impressed by your Software, it is speedy and super responsive Thank you for your hardwork, i would like to see Some tools like LIQUIFY, & Paint SYMMETRY in Chasys image editor

Reply:
Hi,
Liquify exists: Effects >> Distort >> Liquify (image warping)

Wish #318

wished on Tue, 15th Aug 2017 at 16:02:22 UTC

Chasys Draw IES: WIN OS 10 Lenovo Yoga P40
  
Can we please have an option to display the toolbox, palette, layers, etc. LARGER/BIGGER? My screen resolution is high, and so all these important boxes (and contents) are really, really tiny on my 15" touch screen!  
  
I like all the canvas space, but I'm getting older and the tools are getting harder to see. If we had two or three size choices for the dockers it would be awesome!   :D
  
PS: Your software has better touch screen/pen response than AI!

Reply:
Hi,  
Thank you for choosing Chasys Draw IES. I'll see what I can do about the sizes of the windows and the buttons on them. Thank you!

Wish #316

wished on Thu, 29th Jun 2017 at 10:00:58 UTC

tools for dotted lines would be a great improvement

Reply:
Noted. Let me see what I can do.

Wish #310

wished on Mon, 5th Dec 2016 at 06:02:15 UTC

Disregard the proposed solution to wish #309, as I had a better (and much simpler) idea of how to accomplish the task, each only requiring two special brushes. Brush 1 will adopt part of selection from one layer (grass from the background layer) and apply it on colored sections of the next layer, but with no painting on transparent pixels. Brush two would do the same thing, but only paint on transparent pixels.
  
Grass could be painted on the forward section of the lions paws, and the other brush could paint the grass directly behind the paws at the right height, allowing the frames to be then positioned and merged like normal to look natural.
  
This should actually be somewhat simple and quite a powerful toolset.

Reply:
Hi,  
That functionality already exists -- the "below" mode of the cloning brush. When you pass it over the lion's feet, it will copy grass pixels from the layer below. To ensure that transparent pixels are not affected, enable the "Alpha Protect" option for the lion layer.

Wish #309

wished on Mon, 5th Dec 2016 at 05:49:35 UTC

The ability to insert a frame partially into another frame would be nice. Let me explain; Imagine having a background photo of a home with a large yard on frame 1. You load a picture of a lion in the zoo in frame 2 and cut out the lion. You want to insert the lion into the picture of the yard.  
  
PROMBLEM: If you simply merge the two photos, then with any inspection, the lion will appear to be floating on the tips of the grass in the yard.  
  
SOLUTION: Resize layer 2 to fit the picture of the lion. Put 'slits' in Layer one and then slide layer two to where the lions four feet can go behind the grass a little, then merge the two layers.
  
I guess this involves two separate things: 1. Being able to make slits in a layer -- 2. Having a function that will resize and reshape a layer to fit a complex image. It could also be done with a selected image, but it would be impossible to tell where to put the slits without being able to move the layer over the background layer and marking the background first, before applying the slits.
  
I know it is probably asking a lot.

Reply:
See response to #310 above.


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