433 votesKLB commented
I agree. The slider is fairly jumpy, and even with a S-Pen it's difficult to get down to 0.1 mm increments.
Perhaps another solution is to include a user-input box next to the slider, where users may type-input their desired line thickness.
538 votesKLB commented
I don't think this feature should be implemented in the inking mode. I'd like to keep touch gestures mapped to writing functions (highlight, erase, etc.) while working on a page.
I agree that this is a good idea in a "reading" mode, but I just feel that Squid is not meant to be a reading application. It's so easy to export a document and read it in any one of the great, purpose-designed reading apps on Android. I like that Squid focuses on its core competencies, and prioritizes a lean set of well-implemented features.
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