On Wed, 2007-08-15 at 14:41 -0300, Guillermo Espertino wrote:
> Please correct me if I'm wrong, but that mockup basically aims to change
> the aspect of the dialog without adding any enhancement. The tool does
> exactly the same but the dialog looks like Photoshop's one.
> The only improvement I see is the ability to see the actual influence of
> the overlap value on the color gradient, wich is cool, but I don't know
> if it's cool enough to change the whole dialog, that already works fine.
> Maybe it would be better for future versions to redesign the dialog
> adding some real enhancements to the tool, like arbitrary 3-point
> gradient selection and/or a curve for tweaking. In that case, the use of
> a wheel is better than a linear scale because it matches better with the
> well known color wheel scheme.
I agree with this. We should take our time to look at this tool and how
it could be improved to become really useful. A first start would be to
write down some usage scenarios where this tool could be useful. Then
perhaps evalulate how well the current implementation and the PS tool
deal with it.
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