On 31 May 2016 at 00:44, Maren Hachmann <maren@...3165...> wrote:
Am 30.05.2016 um 12:49 schrieb Sebastian Zartner:
> Still, is there a need for a document-wide color definition for them
> in case they would automatically keep a high contrast by default?
- A guide can be positioned over objects, or over the canvas background
(and both at the same time).
Which one should the guide's color depend upon? Or would the color
differ upon the current local background, so the guide doesn't have a
uniform color, but differring colors over its length?
Its color would differ like it's already done for the the object handles.
(would that look okay...? Might look 'wild' if you have lots
That might be the case. This would need to be tried out first.
I'm still in favour of setting the base guide color
don't care too much about where that setting can be made.
Although one could argue that if it were possible to duplicate a guide,
then the document-wide setting would be less needed (as you don't need
to set the color for each guide separately when you duplicate one that
already has the color you want).
Good point. Related bug reports: