On Tue, 2009-07-28 at 20:21 +0930, David Gowers wrote:
> You can already do that for any circle brush. The attribute is called
> We would not seriously consider such a level of reduction because it's
> bad for usability -- it's much more painful for the user to adjust a
> slider each time they want to paint with different hardness, than to
> just switch between two brushes.
The answer there is saved settings for brushes, and possibly a
"my brushes" pallette window of brushes I've saved, with quick
keystrokes to go between them.
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