Fixed: Mic Volume Slider not working.
Fixed: Potential crash when starting the Viewer up.
This is MY Viewer, i decide which feature i want to add and which to remove, i share this Viewer to show the world that user base size is not important, i do rate quality by effort, thought and love put into the project, not some rough estimated numbers. I consider feature requests only if i you can name proper valid reasons i can agree on. It is my unpaid time i'm putting into this project, i'm not here to cater to every Joe's desires.
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Yo listen up, let me tell you a tale,Awwww. Ok, moving on ~
about a guy, with a fluffy long tail,
all he wanted to do, was fix the build floater
to make it less of a big bloater,
he changed the layout and design,
he moved away the checkbox for "align",
pushed down a bit that separation line,
reduced the size of tabs until they were fine.
When he started working on the general tab,
he noticed that the alignment was completely crap,
he moved widgets a bit and made their purpose obvious,
until everything in there looked flawlessly gorgeous,
he moved on to inspect "object",
and got those checkbox offsets checked,
those spinners were also quickly fixed,
over time they got a little bit betwixt.
When he saw the "features" tab layout,
he got real nervous and looked for a way out.
It was not better by any means,
tho he never gave up any of his dreams,
that maybe some day,
all the panels will look okay.
He continued to the "texture" tab and said,
"i will skip this for now and do the "contents" tab instead".
Quickly fixed until it posed no more thread,
he hacked away those offsets til they all were dead.
He said "This is it, the texture tab it is, now or never,
i can't just delay it until forever",
he already changed the layout quite a bit,
long ago when materials was introduced to the grid,
he had to redo it entirely regardless of what he already did,
the layout was still lacking he had to admit,
he tinkered and hammered away,
and came up with a completely new way,
he used all the tricks the V2 UI offered,
to fix all the problems that bothered.
At the end he was a happy guy,
so happy that he had to cry,
the pure perfection that his work was,
had absolutely no flaws.