I Can't Open Help

Pencil2D Forums Bugs Report I Can't Open Help

This topic contains 12 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Jose Moreno 8 months, 2 weeks ago.

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  • #29153 Score: 0

    DamageMaximo
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    3 pts

    When i open it,the timeline opens,with the layers,but the other things don’t open
    so i can’t draw,select colors,tools and nothing,just the timeline open i already downloaded it again,but it’s the same error. i have windows 10,and it worked before.

  • #29154 Score: 1

    Nicole
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    16 pts

    What version did you download?

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      DamageMaximo
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      3 pts

      0.5.4 beta for windows @nicole

      • #29157 Score: 0

        Nicole
        Participant
        16 pts

        That version is about 4 years old, it still has a lot of bugs.
        I’d say get one of the last two nightly builds, they’re not as buggy, and they have more features.
        Like adding sound and exporting video.

        I hope this helps <:3

        • #29158 Score: 1

          DamageMaximo
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          3 pts

          But the only version downloadable is 0.5.4 Beta, can you give me the link for download to the new version?

  • #29159 Score: 1

    Jose Moreno
    Moderator
    120 pts

    @damagemaximo

    Of course, actually it’s on the same page. I think i’ll make it bigger for future users.

    The link is here:
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0BxdcdOiOmg-CcWhLazdKR1oydHM#list

    Also I made a tutorial to learn how to download and “install” it on windows, just in case:

    Hope this helps.

  • #29162 Score: 0

    DamageMaximo
    Participant
    3 pts

    @jose Moreno , Thanks,it worked,but,how can i put the previous onion skin,to just show the previous? because it’s showing all the frames

  • #29163 Score: 0

    DamageMaximo
    Participant
    3 pts

    And to remove the shadow on the tools,

  • #29164 Score: 1

    Nicole
    Participant
    16 pts

    Try edit>preferences. :3

  • #29165 Score: 0

    Jose Moreno
    Moderator
    120 pts

    @damagemaximo Hey. I don’t quite understand your point about tool shadows, but you can change the tools for “precise” icons.

    View post on imgur.com

    For the onion skin yes, you can have only one either before or after. You can enable the onion skin on the display panel and configure it on the preferences window.

    View post on imgur.com

    Hope this helps.

    p.s. The “onion skin” button above the timeline is used to allow you to use the onion skin on keyframes spaced apart (relative) or next to each other (absolute)

  • #29166 Score: 1

    DamageMaximo
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    3 pts

    Thanks @JoseMoreno , one day i will became really good at drawing and be a good animator thanks to pencil 2d, (Oh,and the “shadow” on the Tools was the smoothing,but i already found how to disable and enable again,but i’m really thankful for you help with the onion skin btw 🙂

  • #29167 Score: 0

    DamageMaximo
    Participant
    3 pts

    Srry for my English, i think there’s errors .-.

  • #29168 Score: 0

    Jose Moreno
    Moderator
    120 pts

    @damagemaximo Your englssh is fine, english is my second language so I’m not “offended” hehe 🙂

    I’m glad we could help you a bit at least. Hope we can see your works in the future! be sure to share them here or if you want there’s also a tumblr blog hosted here: pencil2d-software.tumblr.com where you can submit your work.

    If you really want to learn animation and proper figure drawing I can recommend some youtube channels to start like:

    AMB animation Academy: https://www.youtube.com/user/eubasaban
    The Art of Aaron Blaise: https://www.youtube.com/user/AaronBlaiseArt

    To learn drawing the human figure for real you can visit Proko’s YT channel:
    https://www.youtube.com/user/ProkoTV

    He’s got a lot of content so i recommend browsing his website library to see the recommended watching order: http://www.proko.com/library

    The advantage of these three is that they have lots of free content to learn from as well as premium (paid) content if you get serious about learning in the future. Also both three are great instructors.

    Wish you well!

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