Ah yes I see now. I just looked it up. Yes its exactly what Lazy Nezumi Pro is (except LNP is more advanced). I didn't know SAI had this too. I agree, it could be a very nice feature especially for shaky hand folk like me.
Please give a little more detail. It's very unclear what you are requesting. Are you thinking something similar to Lazy Nezumi Pro? https://lazynezumi.com/
also...please bump this. Every time I animate I imagine being able to nudge.
Does any animation app have this? I've never heard of it. Unless you're talking about the AfterEffects tool used to stabilize shaky film footage.
there are 2 methods I use:1. click the copy button, then go to the next page, click the paste buttonor2. first select a specific part of your drawing, then do the same as 1.
FlipaCloud? lol. Yeah backups/restores would be nice. As far as I know (limited) at least with Android devices you can plug them into the computer like you would to get photos and backups off or onto your phone. You can do the same with all the FlipaClip files as well. I backed up all my old ones...actually I made gif files of each and only kept those before doing a factory reset. A tool to make this process easier would be nice. Like a scene collection or some way to keep the save files easier to find. Maybe even a way to sync/backup the files to your Google Drive or Dropbox account, as well as recover them later onto a new device like you said.
Might I suggest, possibly, animate-able layers? (keyable visibility (on/off/fade in/out) position, rotation & scale). Maybe a layer has to be enabled. Once enabled it still functions like a normal layer but is given a little transform tool (like when you select something) only keep it a smaller size so you can still see it. really it would be more of a layer offset tool, but same effect. Maybe another option to toggle frame by frame & single frame. If frame by frame still worked it would allow for some interesting usage.
While the idea is not bad at all, it kinda defeats the purpose of the app especially being mobile/user friendly. Frame by frame is so easy with this app its lovely. As an animator who is well versed in many other apps that do what you're suggesting. I use Flash, Blender, After Effects and Poser almost every day, but I find FlipaClip to be a breath of fresh air because of its simplicity and easy of use/access.
Version 18.104.22.168 if there is an update I haven't seen it listed under Updates on Google Play Store. I see this listed as the latest version too.
Photoshop does the same thing.
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