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krunkosaurus reviewed on 21 Jun 2007
So I've been trying Morph Age for a few hours and overall I like it a lot.

However, are there any features for short cut keys? If not, this application probably wont' be of any more use to a person besides a fun toy to play with. Working with the mouse along is just to slow.

Here are the shortcut keys I would like to see (again I don't know if they exist but I didn't see anything in the documentation.)

1) I want to be able to switch from Belzier tool, to adding points, to a hand tool so that I can move the document around while zoomed in. My mouse should never have to leave the image I'm working on. (Like in Illustrator, hitting spacebar would be great to convert the cursor to a document mover.)

2) Again with shortcuts, when moving fron Image A to Image B, it would be nice to press a key to automatically change my cursor from adding points, to moving them, since on Image B I will mostly be readjusting points.

I also noticed when using the Belzier tool, I couldn't find out how to extend a curve. I should be able to click the last point on the curve and click somewhere else to continue the curve. Instead, a new point (not connected to the last) is added. So far the only way I see to do this is to add points one by one to the curve and move them one by one.

This App has much potential and a nice design. Keep it up and it could become and important tool to those that need it's functionality.
[Version 3.1]

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krunkosaurus replied on 21 Jun 2007
I would also like to add that rendering with this baby was super fast on my 15" Macbook Pro. All the short video morphs I did took less than two minutes to render at 30fps in various codecs.
krunkosaurus commented on 14 Oct 2006
I was very excited to find free "mind map" software, but I found this software grossly unintuitive. Besides the supplied commands documented in the help section, a user should be able to do natural things like double-clicking white space to create a new node, and hooking it in afterwards the way he or she sees fit. My first experience with a "mind map" was with a PC app at work. I don't recall what it was called but I definitely didn't need to read extensive documentation to use it. I will continue my search for good, intuitive mind-mapping software for the mac - paying for it if necessary, and until FreeMind improves, I suggest you do the same.
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