Thanks, I managed to make it work, by hacking the gimpbrushtool, more
precisely the gimp_brush_tool_draw(), using the
gimp_brush_tool_draw_brush() to place another brush at the correct
offset position.

On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 14:10, Alexia Death <> wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 2:53 PM, Levente Kovacs <> wrote:
>> Alexia: thanks, but I'm over that, but I didn't get very far in e.g.
>> transferring clone functionalities into paintbrushtool.
>> Dov: thanks, I'll check into that.
> Clone tool is  a child of the paintbrush tool as far as I know. You
> really shouldn't move any functionality to the paintbrush. If you want
> clone like behavior make a new tool using the cone tool as template.
> If you just want paintbrush tool to show a second brush outline look
> at the methods that use the gimp_draw_tool.
> --
> --Alexia

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