When working with Valentina files in general, and measure files in particular, there are times when restrictions, either intentional or due to software limitations, prevent the necessary changes from being made. In these cases, the solution is to edit the files manually.
We have recently had a lot of questions from users on the subject of “How is a beginner’s video course different from a user’s guide? And which is the better choice for learning?”.
This question is controversial and needs to be considered in more detail.
This question cannot be answered unambiguously. Because, firstly, it all depends on your current level of training and knowledge of Valentina. And secondly, it depends on whether you prefer a book learning format or a video tutorial format.
Let’s explore this in more detail.
In the distant past, when the mouse had not yet been invented, interaction with the computer took place solely through the keyboard. Much time has passed since then. And systems such as Windows and Mac OS have popularised the use of the mouse to interact with the graphical interface. In today’s world, we can’t imagine using a PC without a mouse. So many programs rely on it. Valentina is no exception in this case.
However, old ideas don’t disappear, just new ones are added on top of them. So keyboard skills are just as relevant today. What separates the professional from the amateur is the ability to work with keyboard shortcuts.
The command line is a powerful way to interact with the operating system and programs. It’s also a great way to automate the launching of commands. In this article, we’ll look at the basic principles of working with the command line when working with the Valentina pattern making program.
We use the Transifex service to translate Valentina’s interface. In this article you will learn how to join the translation team and help translate.