Features
Votes Idea Comments Date
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Sad, whining, insecure, unconfident and neutral emotion
For the "before" and "after" effect For example before product=sad | buy product=happy
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Zoom into object (a bit like Prezi)
object can be very usefull to show what you want to tell the customer. For example as an web designer zoom into the pc screen/laptop and show something on the screen
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Let people and objects move from a to b on a path
Like in Powerpoint you can move objects on a path. Think about the scenes: There should be the ability to put the object on correct position of the scene
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Considered
Multiple scenes in one scene - mosaique style
I really love seeing toonly getting dynamic, especially after the released cam function. Another dynamic feature would be having multiple scenes in one scene. Something I would call it mosaique style,...
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Considered
[Bug] Scrolling down in timeline with mouswheel way too slow
I found it really annoying that scrolling down in the timeline with the mousewheel is reeeeeally slow. Please fix that. Windows 10 PC x64, Toonly App Maximized, 1920x1080px Flatscreen
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Considered
Integrate Idea voting in Toonly App
The Idea behind this is to catch the "silence" users. Everytime the user opens the app, toonly kindly ask to vote for a list of new ideas.
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Considered
The Missing DEL (Delete) Key ....
... Why can't I hit DEL on Keyboard to delete an object in timeline?
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Considered
Complete "Text Settings" Dialogue
If you right-click on Text Objects, there is at the moment only "Remove" and "Save". Please complete this dialogue with the same options you have for graphics: Object Settings: "In Effect" and "Out Ef...
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Implement small videos (mp4 etc.)
Allow to upload videos in a new section or object section. I have multiple screen captures of my phone I would like to add, but am not able to.
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Shift click to select and drag multiple sections at once
Allow to select multiple actions, and drag them at once to make certain sections longer, or extend the end.