I’d like us to have better use of multi-touch on the iPad when using apple pencil.
Instead of having sub tools for every tool, I’d rather have a modifier being activated while tapping and holding a finger on screen when using the pencil.
This also goes for how shift works for inferences on the desktop. Holding shift for sticky inferences is the thing I love the most about SketchUp and there’s no equivalent on the iPad. Holding a finger on screen while drawing could do that.
Maybe, if that’s the case, holding one, two, three, four fingers while drawing could activate a different modifier.
Another thing that could happen is that, while drawing, tapping on the screen once with the finger, could cycle through all subtools for the current main tool.
These suggestions are probably not all compatible but I’d really like you to consider ways of avoiding so much arm travelling and pencil aiming and shooting at toolbars.
Less skill, less movement, more muscle memory and a faster workflow.
Of course toolbars should still be there for users that need them but I think if SU4ipad is meant to have wider adoption, I would love to have a much more fluid workflow available.