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UI to select different tools for right and left click

I’m working a specialized paint web application (for designing Minecraft structures). I would like for the user to be able to assign different tools to the left and right mouse buttons. (I don’t intend to override the default right-click behavior other than this.)

I have a traditional tool palette. I’ve been experimenting with a way to indicate that the user has selected one tool for the left mouse button and another tool for the right mouse button:

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The left and right tool indicators are differentiated in three ways:

  • Position (left vs right)
  • A tiny L or R.
  • Contrasting (though meaningless) colors.

In order to select a tool, the user clicks on the tool icon with either the left or right mouse button, and that button will be bound to that tool.

The right-click tool functionality is (very) convenient, but not essential. Users who can’t or don’t want to right-click can use the left button exclusively. In addition, when the cursor is over the canvas, then the appropriate cursor icon for the left tool will be displayed unless the user is actively using the right tool.

Does this UI make sense? I’m not nearly at the stage of user testing yet, but I wanted a sanity check because I don’t think I’ve seen this pattern before. An alternative would be to have a separate tool palette for right clicking, but I’m concerned that this could be confusing and inconvenient.

Keeping CLI tools in sync on Mac clients

I manage around 10 Macs in a network. We have a lot of scripts that rely on tools like ffmpeg, 7z, jpegoptim, etc. I use mostly homebrew to install and update the tools. So far homebrew is running on each machine and it’s kind of hard to keep everything in sync. Ideally I would do all the installing / updating on one machine (server) and all the clients would sync it to their local drive. Another option would be to share all bins on a public folder and add this to PATH. What is best practice?

View GraphQL queries in browser network developer tools [on hold]

We recently migrated our API to graphql, and it’s been working very well for us. However I did come across one inconvenience during development that I couldn’t find any information on. When using the browser developer tools to inspect network requests, all our requests which used to have specifically named endpoints like inventory?id=1234 are now just listed as graphql.

I understand why this is the case, but was hoping for a way to include some of the POST information in the list of requests. It is cumbersome to click through a dozen POSTs to try to find the one I am looking for.

It seems likely that different browsers may have different methods of approaching this. Maybe a plugin that extends the developer tools? I mention graphql since that’s the context of my question, although I suppose this problem isn’t graphql specific

In browser developer tools, is there a way to add content from each POST request to the row?