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    copainter 2

    About two years ago I presented the first version of my web painting application
    called copainter. Fatigue and day job wouldn't let me return until some months
    ago when I started to rework most of the implementation and the user interface.
    I'm kind of done now (opacity jitter is missing but almost finished) so I wanted
    to show you.

    One of the core features is that it allows you to paint together in real time
    (hence the name). There are other features that should be of interest to single
    users as well.

    Being a web app, you don't need to install anything. A browser is all you need.
    It's available at: www.copainter.org

    The core features (at the moment) are:
    -- a painting application living in your browser
    -- work alone or work together - in real time
    -- stop and continue anytime without saving (actions are saved automatically)
    -- stop and continue on different computers (pictures live in the cloud)
    -- show/use your pictures instantly on the web

    Feedback would be very much appreciated of course.
    And here are some pictures I made with a friend.

    Cheers,

    Bernhard

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    I just realised there's a "Other Software and Hardware" section here in
    the forums that would have been more fitting for my post. Sorry, my bad.
    @Moderators: Please feel free to move this thread.

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    A screenshot of the user interface:

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    Great job! Quick question; Can this be used jointly like google docs? that would be like the holy grail of web apps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siphonophores View Post
    Can this be used jointly ... ?
    Yes, ma'am/sir! It's one of the core features, hence the name "copainter". Thanks for asking. Edited my original post to mention the core features.
    Last edited by subscript_b; January 24th, 2014 at 12:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Spot View Post
    ... putting in an undo button?
    Hi Black Spot! I remember you had troubles with the first version which I
    couldn't resolve back then. Hope it works flawlessly for you now.

    Undo button: Yes, and it's actually at the top of my todo list. It won't be an
    undo function in the traditional sense though. It's a bit complicated because of
    the multi-user architecture but you'll be able to roll back to any stroke.

    A little side note: I browsed through your sketchbook and I like this
    self-portrait a lot.

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    Interesting. Can you explain a bit more? about both the undo and the other features. Other things i was thinking about like hue jitter, spacing, patterns etc shape tool,

    So with the multi user thing will it support using tablet buttons to undo etc?

    Will you be able to save?

    does it have support for different brushes?

    hows the latency (lag) with it?

    what about the colour space? does it have LAB color? or is it RGB? is the RGB Mode linear or Logarthimic?

    this sounds awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siphonophores View Post
    Can you explain a bit more? ... Will you be able to save? ... hows the latency (lag) with it?
    I think there's a misunderstanding which is my mistake; my original post was not written very clearly. It's already available at www.copainter.org. Just two clicks --one on this link and another one on "Start new picture"-- and you can try it out for yourself.
    Last edited by subscript_b; January 25th, 2014 at 06:54 AM.

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