A "batch fix" that, instead of fixing anything, simply output a text file with each package's file name and associated category tags. That way I could feed that file to powershell and use a simple script to put everything into subfolders based on the categories it would be under in CAS/build.
An apply to all swatches for display index would be awesome. I like to reorder how my CC shows in CAS to make sure my favorites are at the top of the list. Currently to change the order in CAS I must change the display index on each "CAS Part" or swatch. Some things this is no big deal but when an item has over 50 swatches I go a little crazy. If there is already an easier way to do this that I am not aware of I'm all ears . I love this program and appreciate all the team does!
Post by glindsey1979 on Feb 20, 2021 9:38:02 GMT -5
As others here have noted, the ability to batch-process the fashion/outfit/subpart tags for a bunch of files at once would be a godsend. I’ve found that a lot of CC simply doesn’t set them properly at all, resulting in an absolute mess in CAS, and editing each one manually takes a long time.
And speaking of editing them manually: another huge help would be a way to disable the confirmation (“are you sure?”) dialogs for both “Apply to All Swatches” and “Save”, as it would cut down on a lot of steps when manually editing a lot of CC files.
The ability to collapse and/or reorder certain tag categories in the CC editing sidebar would be useful; e.g. I don’t really care about the “Fabric” or “Archetype” categories, but they’re between “Outfit Type” and “Subpart Type”, requiring more mouse movement and/or scrolling.
Finally, although this one is much harder: having the program auto-scan colors in swatch textures and attempt to set the appropriate color tags that way. It would probably involve scanning the texture pixel-by-pixel, sorting each pixel into a broad color category, then totaling up the percentages of each category. Percentages above a certain threshold would have the corresponding tag checked. Example: a red swimsuit with white polka-dots might end up being 90% “red” and 10% “white”. In this case, the “Red” color tag would be set, but “White” would not as there’s not enough in the texture to qualify.
Hope this helps! The work you’ve put into this program is phenomenal, and I seriously appreciate it.
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