You know, that is an excellent idea, but unfortunately aside from the
brushes folder options, which I think are really needed, and pardon me if
this is going a little offtopic, but the brushes themselves are still slow.
If I draw a circle in gimp, no matter how I tweak the brush ( that includes
spacing the brush), the line is "hooked" while in photoshop it is smooth on
the same computer. On my home pc, where I still run only gimp 2.3 it is
smoother in gimp 2.3.
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> On Monday, November 5, 2007, 21:38:52, Richard Hirner wrote:
> > What about an option somewhere in the GIMP menus: "Open brushes folder"
> > opens the appropriate folder with Explorer / Nautilus / whatever needed?
> That would be one solution.
> < Jernej Simon?i? ><><><><>< http://deepthought.ena.si/ >
> There's never time to do it right, but there is always time to do it over.
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