David Gowers wrote:
> On Sun, Sep 13, 2009 at 10:22 AM, Rob Antonishen
> <rob.antonis...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> To clarify, you are suggesting the on screen pointer icon/sprite could
>> show the actual brush as it would look painted with a single mouse
>> click, but once painting/holding the mouse down it would render as a
>> cross hair? And once the mouse is released it would turn back to a
>> static "sprite"?
>> That should keep the response faster when painting then, right?
>> That would great for a mouse user, but would it work for a size
>> dynamic tablet user?
> As a tablet user, the above is exactly what I want; I certainly don't
> want an outline while painting (may not be completely accurate, and I
> tend to move too fast for the outline to have any real use)
> When using a mouse, visual response to movement tends to be
> predictable enough that I don't really gain anything from the brush
> outline during painting either.
does this still hold true when using the dodge/burn tool, too?
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