1. The "percent" setting is relative to maximal image dimension (ie. image
width or height, whichever is larger).
And as far as I can see it *does* work as intended - eg. Paintbrush Tool
with Dynamics=Fade Tapering, Fade length=100% will fade in/out over a
*stroke* length equal to the larger of image width and height. And pro rata
for other values of "percent". [But note that it is the maximal *image*
dimension, not *drawable* dimension.]
2. No it cannot currently be set programmatically. The fade parameters are
*dynamic options* (ie. specific to the fade dynamic), not common *paint
options* (ie. applicable to all paint tools regardless of dynamics). And
setting dynamic options is AFAIK not currently supported via PDB. IIRC this
problem has been noted before but I cannot find anything on bugzilla about
it now. Note this is a wider problem than just fade length, it requires a
generalized method of getting/setting *all* dynamic options.
On Wed, Oct 7, 2015 at 12:37 PM, Ofnuts <ofn...@gmx.com> wrote:
> On 06/10/15 19:35, Joao S. O. Bueno wrote:
>> Sttting it programatically is likely a missing feature - it shouldbe
>> available as gimp-context-fade-set-length -- and yes, it has nothing
>> to do with percents
> Should I file a bug report for this?
> What should be done with the percent "unit" then? Remove it?
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