Ive been working with Sepy for a while and I’m using the mtasc gui more and more.
While I was working with it I saw some features that would improve it.
- First improvement would be to move the “compile button” outside …. so when you compile (you automatically go to the “Preview swf”-tab) you can change you’re code in sepy and compile again without having to change from “Preview swf” to “Compile swf” press compile and end up in “Preview swf” again.
- To make the gui realy a gui (header information is a good example) I’ve made a sketch of what i mean. The shape it is in now is a crossover between commandline and gui.
- The sepy / mtasc is now a under “flush” (where I would keep it) but it’s could easily be stored under “tools” that’s why I changed the top of the gui and gave it a “toolbar”
- I realy would like Mtasc to give me all the errors/faults/.. back so I made an extra tab for the errors
- A sepy tracer/logger: In the sketches I used “LuminicBox” version of it, but you should write your own.
- mtasc logo so I can see where sepy/mtasc gui when I alt+tab
- shortcuts should work here (Ctrl + return >> compile)
I’ve made some design to back my point up but WordPress (or Blix) chooses to mess the layout up when I show them here… man I need to create my own version of wp.
Oh well you can read it all here, and you can download the pictures.
And my suggestion got a priority 8 (from 1 to 9)