My only question is if I can add more then one item per direction in the pie menus.
As an example see Wazou’s Pie Menus http://www.blenderartists.org/forum/showthread.php?348496-Addon-Wazou-s-Pie-Menus
E.g. in the first screenshot both Vertex Paint and Weight Paint are to the bottom-left.
This is the kind of menus I want and I was thinking of learning enough Pythin/Pie menus to do it myself but if your addon can save me a bunch of time I’m going to buy it.
Here is another one that i use when i paint textures on my models. It needs to be cleaned up a bit, it’s a bit messy right now. That beast @roaoao just keeps adding new badass options all the time so it’s his fault! I can’t tell you how much i love this addon, It’s like you can work in Blender just like you want yourself. I have been able to basicly remove all crap that i dont’ need because of this addon and only work with pies that i have on my mouse. It really is fantastic.
Thank for the examples.
I completely agree with you, the best way to work is having the tools youuse all the time at your fingertips and also get rid of the ones you don’t use so they don’t obstruct the process.
I’m getting more excited about this addon.
That looks like a really well put pie for texture painting. There’s some stuff I don’t even know how you did (hardness?!). It must have taken you a really long time setting it up, but could you share it? If you don’t want to I understand, but could you point some directions on how you went on creating it (specially the hardness one)?
So I got the addon and I must say it doesn’t seem to be getting the love it deserves.
I guess most people are happy to follow the interface that the developers came up with (which is not bad, it’s just too general, not tuned to your workflow). For people who want to optimize own workflow and customize the interface without messing with code, grab this
Making menus is really intuitive.
My only small complaint is the lack of documentation. The videos are nice but without voice-over can be a bit hard to follow. Simply adding annotations would make a bit difference. A written PDF with some example would be really nice.
As I said the addon is very intuitive so this isn’t a big problem.
Love the addon, I’ve used it to replace most of my pie menus with custom ones.
Was wondering if it would ever be possible to increase the size of the icons (or use larger icons)? Ideally I’d like to make custom icons for everything and forego text entirely for most things, but that’s difficult to do with 16x16 icons.